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Since we are not having breakfast at the hotel (it is a long story) we walked down to the main square and bought a pastry and then a coffee to go and went back to the lobby to enjoy our light breakfast. Since it is a travel day, the sun is shining. The forecast in Dubrovnik where we are heading is for sun. Our car picked us up promptly at 9:30 and …
Travel Times - 17 May 2014
Hello from Dubrovnik, Croatia. This is the home of the Walled City and the maximum number of cruise ships allowed in a single port. (Or so it seems.)
It was less than a three hour bus ride from Kotor to Dubrovnik. Here are Darlene's thoughts as she snapped pictures from her bus seat:
... had lots of legroom, LCD display for games and movies and good food. Even in economy these things are possible. I watched a movie based on a true story called Million Dollar Arm - about a sport agent who creates a competition in India to find a cricket player who can come and pitch in the major leagues. The timing was good as part of the film was shot in Mumbai. The sights, sounds and smells look to be something to experience. We knew we had ...
... she would stand in a lunge position in the aisle and at one stage she was actually kneeling in the aisle. It was really weird! Then another young Croatian lady came and stood up the front and argued with the spare driver for about 10 minutes, and than another Croatian lady came up the front because she was vomiting from the windy roads and she was allowed to sit behind the driver. After one of the rest stops the ...
... the heart of the struggle in 1992 along with the capital Sarijavo. The rements of the conflict are still there to be seen, as I captured in some of the photos, including the bridge that was destroyed but rebuilt using the original stones that were recovered from the river as well as some new materials, in 1996. Our guide was a local from Mostar and was extremely positive about the future of her country, even with a 40% youth unemployment rate, looking to tourism ...