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Arrived at our shack for 2 weeks. Photos show it all. Visited the Orebice, and other villages. Travelled to Debrovnic. Walked the old town with its walls and buildings. Received a paying fine, our first. Heaved lunch on the way back at a water Deck restaurant in Zaton. Visited the bays of Zanjan and near by seaside towns, where the tourist are slowly arriving for their summer holidays. Schools go on summer breaks from ...
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... then arrived at Trstenic. This town is on a piece of land which is like an island, but is connected to the mainland at one point. The area is famous for the production of wine and lavender. Small population, not many places to eat, so we were offered a barbecue on the boat for ...
Podgora is on the Dalmatian coast, halfway between Split and Dubrovnic. It lies between the Biokovo Mountains and the Adriatic sea. the mountains tower over the village. We were really looking forward to some sunshine and a bit of warmth so it was disappointing to wake to rain and cooler temperatures. They tell us it will be fine and sunny tomorrow - how many times have we heard that ...
... then you've gotta stay the night. Dubrovnik can wait another day."
"Of course," Nancy says, "Our Lady brought you here. But I'll need to see your passport."
"Uh, sure," I start rummaging through my pockets.
"We have Cenacolo [pronounced chen-ak-ollo] down the road..."
"Like a halfway house," Patrick whispers.
"...so we need to make sure people are who they say they are." She takes my ...