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It will come as no surprise to the reader that our excursion to Međugorje was ruined by rain. Our day began somewhat promisingly when we easily found the bus stop in Mostar to make it to Međugorje, a place made famous due to claims by six children in 1981 that the Virgin Mary was appearing to them. The claim is, per the Roman Catholic church, just a claim as of now, not of the status of Lourdes ...
... around for a bit we decided to make use of the rest of our time by scootering half way back and taking a turn off to a little secluded beach we saw on the map. The weather wasn't the best, quite over cast which was a shame but the beach had only 6 other people on it so we made the most it with out the crowds. It was then time to head back to the ferry. With Chris and I falling asleep on the boat it was a fast trip home. We ...
... br> "Oh, yes, but not to some Germans!"
"I've heard a bunch about Bavaria, mostly about beer."
"This is good, but there is more. This is good."
"So...are you on vacation?"
"Ummm, yes. Yes. I go to Međugorje."
"Yeah, I guessed, but what brings you there?"
"I know some people, friends. I am bringing gift."
"Cool. Do you pick up many hitchhikers?"
... to cool off, then Murray fixes the frig handle with some wire he’s found, and Dianne tries to find a shady spot to do some internetting, but the wi-fi won’t work properly, and she spends a fairly fruitless hour trying. When we eventually join Doug and Ursula at the beach south of the town, Dianne goes for a swim, then finds that the ACI Wi-Fi reaches this far, and actually works here! Both of us back into town at 7pm, confirming it’s a ...
... oil, flan for dessert. A few minutes walking around a square, and I found a vendor of local products, including a lovely small crock of locally produced sea salt for 40 Kn, which I happily purchased from a typically friendly and English speaking proprietor. Then back on the road, past small ...