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Travel Blogs from Podgora
... there must have been something wrong with it! It was so bad!! After chatting for a while longer, Sam got back. But half his shorts didn't! Apparently while he was shaking it on the stripper pole, he ripped his shorts in half in front of everyone. And he wasn't wearing any underwear... So everyone in the bar really did get a stripper show! He hung out with us for a while as we listened to music and had a chat for a while longer, D&M'ing a little bit, before heading down to ...
... have lost any controlling function and was slowly banging into other boats. It took a lot of other tender boats, and some serious navigating and nudging in the right direction (and unfortunately hitting a few more boats in the meantime) until it was finally rafted up against some other boats (thankfully not ours!).
In the afternoon we wandered into the town of Korcula, which has a wicked Old Town ...
Woke later today and headed to the ferry terminal for a day on an island. We ended up on a ferry to Brač which is 50 minutes from Split (sort of like going to Straddle on the barge). From the ferry we found a place for lunch and then headed to the closest beach for a swim and relax. Brač is know for its white stone which was used to build the ...
... speaks good English (very loudly), he lived in New Zealand for several years when he was a young man. His wife Maria speaks no English at all.
This afternoon it was time to relax in our apartment and re-charge our batteries. All this family history is a bit overwhelming.
After dinner in a local restaurant we spent the rest of the evening uploading photos and catching up with paper ...
"Because the doors were too big!" She raises her left hand, once more, to Johannes' face. "And you brought them for us, came all the way from Germany..."
"Bavaria." Johannes murmurs.
"All the way from Bavaria, just to bring them to us, to bring them to Our Lady."
It isn't dark enough not to notice the German turn red. He absently kicks at a stone.
"You are a very ...