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... hugged the edge of a mountain for the next few miles and the
river below got wider and wider and was generally now a dam or a large
As the road came around the edge of the mountain there ahead is a massive
cutting between two mountains. This cutting looks and is massive but its only
when you looked carefully at it you notice a small black dot at the lower right
hand side and that is the tunnel to which the road passes through the
... in a maritime Mayday. We were diverted to an area where a distress signal had been received from a sinking vessel carrying 50 people. We were there and eventually joined by the Italian Navy, Italian Coast Guard, an oil tanker and a helicopter search team. We couldn’t really see much of anything that was happening because it was so dark and the Captain had locked down the open upper deck areas in case they had to put down the life boats. There was no ship ...
... new pals and partied until sunrise, I've seen some picturesque old towns and discovered many amazing beaches! As I try to soak up every last minute, I am also getting really excited to put my backpack on and start moving! Stay tuned...
Well this has been the longest day of travel I can remember on this trip, but I am curently writing this blog at 7:34am as I have just reached my destination. Yesterday started out with leaving my things at Pansion Bianco and going for breakfast at the Hotel Anja restaurant again. It was raining again so there was no chance for me to go up the cable car to the big cross on the mountain. It was something I had wanted to do the day ...
... shops and restaurants beckon to tourists. Many tourists arrive by bus for a day trip from their cruise ship docked at nearby Dubrovnik, Croatia.
The Old Bridge also connects the east bank where Bosniaks (Muslims) have traditionally lived in old quarters. The newer and more developed west bank is occupied by Croats (Catholics). Although these two groups have been bitterly divided since the last war, we were told ...