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... suffered seven months of attacks. There must have been some remorse firing upon this gorgeous UNESCO Heritage Site. It has been rebuilt to its former glory under UNESCO rules, but the shiny new roof singles are evidence of the scale of the damage.
Now that the dust has cleared, let's hope this country has a fairytale ending --- happily ever after.
... eventful trip. One European lady announced to one of the drivers before we left that she had to sit in the front seat as she was vomiting all the time! He wouldn't let her sit in either of them because he had parcels in one and the other one was for the spare driver. Then she went and sat next to a young girl who immediately got up and moved to another seat. During the bus trip she sat half off her seat in the aisle ...
... we headed back up a steep hill to gather our luggage and Anthony drove us to the bus station where we ate lunch, had a beer, and waited for the 3 hour bus ride to Kotor. I'm definitely not sad to leave Croatia after two weeks here. We had fun for sure, but as a whole it was harder to travel here than other countries we've visited (including other European ones) along the way. A lot of that had to do with us (for example, not booking accommodations ahead ...
... and found a park. But then for the next fun part – buying a parking ticket! We needed 570 Kuna (the equivalent of $50 in coins for the machine), or we could pay by SMS… only from a Croatian phone. Andy spent 30 minutes running back and forth to find change, but no shop owner wanted a bar of giving us change, and then to the newsagent who apparently provided daily parking tickets but had ‘run out of them’ earlier in the day. A little stressed, ...
... Several people didn’t bring a hat, didn’t wear appropriate footwear or clothes (one man turned up in thongs and jeans) or didn’t realise there would be so many steps or that they should be drinking water throughout the walk. It should be noted that the tour ticked we got from the ship, did clearly say wear sturdy shoes, many steps. Thankfully everyone made it around in one piece, however there were a couple of people who I swear on the verge of ...