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After an enjoyable visit to Mostar, we drove about 45 minutes to a place called Medugorje, known all over the Catholic world as the place where 6 children saw and talked with the Holy Virgin over a span of several days in June, 1981. Mary had always wanted to see this spot, and afterward she declared it had been very worthwhile and moving, so it pleased everyone to have been able to stop and experience it.
Leaving Herzegovina ...
... our boat was docked, around a ten minute walk along the port and around the point was a bar that was built into a cave. We had a pirate and sailor themed evening, partying on board the boat. One thing lead to another and we ended up filming our own 'Harlem Shake' video before making our way over. I had resigned to the fact that Dane was probably not going to make it out. There had been a few of us who had tried unsuccessfully to wake him from his slumber but once ...
... a medieval city years ago but was severely damaged by an earthquake in 1667 and again through war in the 1990’s. Through all this Dubrovnik still managed to preserve its history and the beauty of Old Town. In 1979, the city of Dubrovnik joined the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.
So I walked through the gates of Old Town and headed to the centre, always asking for directions along the way. I came across 2 locals who advised me to enter the other side ...
... up our soap and quilted toilet paper supply…I mean, to meet them for drinks, then we would walk to a nearby local restaurant for lunch which they had booked for our arrival.
We initially thought it would be strange seeing family on the trip since we have become so used to eachothers company every day but as soon as we saw them it was instantly like we were at home, except a lot hotter and with a lot less ...
... of Dubrovnik. It was magnificent and well worth the 100 kuna (A$20) per person. The views are spectacular of the city, the battlements, the harbour and the coast. You walk in an anti-clockwise direction for crowd control because the walk is quite narrow in places but in the winter there was only a handful of other people on the wall that day. At one point Cath walked ahead and found a coffee and I struck up a conversation with ...