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... the wild rapids and made our way from rock to rock past this particular set of rapids. Sometimes during our leisurely swim between the rapids we would become beached on a large rock. It was really comical to see Ryan floating along and then suddenly rise up in the water and come to a complete halt. But I didn't laugh too much as I was a beached several times too. We arrived at our second repelling site and I was much braver going first this time. After descending we ...
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I left Dubrovnik yesterday after a night of thunderstorms. The morning of departure did not look much better. Black skies ahead just where I was going, and did I not get a soaking!! At one stage the rain was so heavy that it flooded the road just as a police car came towards me flashing his headlights to warn me about the deep water. I did slow down but too ...
... finest kind and good price. feeling better already.
Almost at Sibenik to drop bags when phone rang and Nick (M's brother) rings to mention he and friends had had cards ripped of in USA and account cleared Feck!
Check and we seem OK. By now hot and sweaty and still have to get to Split to get crew.
Manage both with only minor stroke. Dins and Beers cure all.
Tomorrow back to Sibinek and the sail commences.
All up for it.
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... of his frustration when he can't control people or a situation and his frustration when he doesn't get his own way. So all in all, I wasn't too impressed with him. But I was impressed with Split. I made a French friend named David, who is from Toulouse, but living in Finland with his girlfriend. So I practiced my French with him a little. On my last night I decided to take myself out to dinner to the testa urn that my hostel guy had recommended. It ...
... to see and we asked him about local restaurants and he suggested an inexpensive place with good food. On the way we worked along the quayside and Diocletian's palace, the Roman Emperor's summer residence. The Christmas stalls were still out on the quay and being a public holiday many folk were out strolling and having drinks in the mild, winter weather. The food was inexpensive and good. Cath had a whole cooked fish (as the stuffed capsicum was ...