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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We have had a good number of flights in the past week and we once again were off for another couple of flights today. At the Istanbul airport Caleb took over at security and led us all the way to out gate by following the signs and escalators. We got there without a hitch. Maybe we were secretly on this trip as eight year olds can fly alone and Caleb will be ready to travel to visit family :) Again Turkish Airlines blew me away with a new ...
... eventful trip. One European lady announced to one of the drivers before we left that she had to sit in the front seat as she was vomiting all the time! He wouldn't let her sit in either of them because he had parcels in one and the other one was for the spare driver. Then she went and sat next to a young girl who immediately got up and moved to another seat. During the bus trip she sat half off her seat in the aisle ...
... of Croatia so that the Croatians won't need to go through the 7km Bosnian section. We stopped at a Bosnian town called Neum for a drink and just out of this town for a photo shot at an ancient town and ruins. We also drove through a large agricultural area of Coatia, before crossing into Bosnia and the drive into Mostar. Mostar has a population of 120,000 people and is a multi cultural city with Catholic, Muslim and Orthodox religions, which is why the city ...
I arrived in Dubrovnik after a 5 hour bus trip from Mostar in the midst of a massive thunderstorm which didn't let up until the next morning. Thoroughly drenched I found my hostel within the old city walls and with nothing else for it, settled in with the rest of the hostel in the very cramped hostel kitchen. After a mercy dash for beer and wine, the afternoon was spent laughing, drinking, playing card games and trying to ignore the very unseasonal weather, until we ...
... don't tell anyone about Croatia! It's a secret place that will get spoiled if the word gets out. I will be back.
Ok, enough of that.
After our boat trip last week, we prepared for our first excursion. Two additional cars were rented, with Prof and Mama D driving the VW Golf TDI station wagon that has been our transportation around Zadar from the beginning of the trip, and a VW Caddy wagon, which is ...