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Travel Blogs from Herceg-Novi
... huge and rocky making them tower over the whole area. They remind me of the Stirling Ranges as we pull away for the start of our evening sail. Annette is a little better but has slept most of the day again. And that meant me only leaving the ship to investigate the city again. It would be nice to share it with her but with camera in hand I'm happy too take snaps to show ...
... suburb, but they spend three months each year travelling around Europe on their bike. Sounds like a very nice life (apart from the bike bit).
Hitchhiking seems pretty popular here. Even on the mountain yesterday we encountered a couple on one of the treacherous bends, thumb out, wanting a ride down the mountain. Paul wanted to stop and give them a lift but I was more concerned he would want to chat with them all the way down the mountain when ...
... at a café for hot chocolates. They looked amazing, however, I thought I ordered a hot chocolate (warm milky goodness). Instead I had to eat my hot chocolate with a spoon as it was more like a pudding with cream on top!
I really enjoyed Korcula. It was bigger than Hvar and it had a great vibe. On recommendation, we found a bar at the top of a fortress tower. Access to the top was by ladder only and drinks were brought up via a shopping basket pulley system! From here we ...
European Adventure 2012
It was a nice early start for me today as the ferry was due into Split,
Croatia at 07h30. At about 6am an announcement came over the ships speaker
system saying the cafe is now open for breakfast and so after getting organized
it was up for my usual early morning coffee.
With coffee and camera in hand it was out on deck and up front to watch the
ship arrive into port. Even from a distance the town of Split looked exciting. ...