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... was even some scramble eggs today which was a welcome surprise.
No swim stop today so no Bombs, but there we had a massive blow up water park to look forward to so that was ok. After the usual layabout on deck and lunch we headed our to explore Makarska. The patron Saint of Makarska is St Peter. He holds a large key for the people to collect on their way to heaven. We went up and checked him out on the entrance to the harbour along with the first of many ...
... trinity dedicated to mass attendance, forgetting our directions to (paid) workshops and snapping gratuitous photos of Dublin's burgeoning swan populace.
Anyways, one day: "Josh, did you ever think about going to Međugorje?"
"Uh, not really. Why do you ask?"
"Well," Kim continued, "you remind me of a guy I met there a few summers ago."
"What were you guys doing?"
"I was volunteering at this neat ...
... is definitely a lot of graffiti though.
The famous bridge was also destroyed in the war, only fixed again in 2004. Everywhere you look, you see some evidence of war. I don't mean to denigrate the significance of any other terrible wars, but this affected me a lot more than all the other war history I've seen while travelling - this war was less than 20 years ago, within my lifetime. Every local on the street my age or older has been affected by ...
... we were first assigned, but instead of keeping the beds together,
the maid separated them for the young married couple. But it all worked
After we got settled, Louise led us on a walk to the old town
and lunch. Lynne and Graeme wanted to go to the Bridge Museum and it
closed at 2 pm so Louise suggested that whoever wanted to go - go now -
and join the group for lunch across the bridge. So I joined Lynne ...
Mostar was a very cool city tucked into the valley of high rocky mountains with a beautiful teal river running through the middle. The main attraction is the old bridge located in the old town center. It connected the east to the west side of the city. One side being made up of Catholics and the other side was the Muslim community. The house I was staying at was on the Muslim side. The man of the house ...