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... well its gone, back to the ship to cancel all the credit cards etc, great service from ANZ & BNZ banks. Well the budget is blown now!!! The rest of sailors return to the ship and we are off to the Island of MLJET, to visit internal salt lakes within the island. They are beautiful and the swim wonderful just what I have been dying for, sun and swimming is beautiful warm clear water, I love to be close to the sea.
... September, so we were able to enjoy the drive without tour buses or other gawking tourists.
That was fortunate, because Croatia's coastal road is stingy with turnouts where you can enjoy the eye-popping nature show. So we sometimes stopped in the middle of the road and looked. And, since there weren’t any cars coming our way, we looked some more. Amazing. Try that on the PCH, or not.
We left Dubrovnik awash in torrential ...
... The heroine is captured by the evil Black King, and the White King fights him to win her back - which he does. The dance itself is very physical - the dancers all look fit, you could really see them working, and sparks really did fly when the swords made contact. After that we made the long trek back to the hostel and went to bed.
... washing of the waves against the beach, the Mediterranean breeze caressing the olive plantations, and the insects and crickets chirping. That Friday night I repeated the dose of mussels and this time coupled with a mind-blowing squid ink risotto, a bottle of white wine, and raki as a digestive (fruit liquor). I would easily rate this meal amongst the top 20 in my life (side note: there's this restaurant in Damascus, Syria, called Naranj, where I had one of the ...
... piers. The combination of high water and strong wind had put enormous force on the central cleat to which we had attached a spring before leaving for France. The cleat had been cleanly torn out of the deck. We had in fact already heard about this storm as the Ancona to Split ferry had been caught up in it - all the alcohol bottles in the duty-free shop had cartons of cigarettes jammed around them to stop them from flying about.
So Doug, with some help ...