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We have found Croatian people lovely. No surprise really as we have grown up and worked with their descendants in NZ. Dalmatians came to NZ and became successful Kauri gum diggers in Northland as I recall. They also brought with them wine making skills amongst other things. We have met many relatives of NZ Croatians who are very proud of their relatives' achievements in NZ.
The area that made up these now ...
... and Jim both seemed to be in good spirits after all that they had gone through to get here - certainly tired, but very nice and pleasant.
We walked up the hill to meet our bus and begin the tour of the Bay of Kotor's towns and islands. Of course, most of us were still a bit tired from traveling and adjusting to the time change, but we will get into the rhythm soon enough. The views were breath-taking! We drove along the coast as ...
... group in remarkably good shape! I offered to take group pictures for them. They returned the favor. I can feel sweat pouring down my back. This is as good as a spin class! We parted ways after touring the top of the fortress, so I could meander down at my own safe pace and take photos along the way. My legs were shaking and my knees were sore. Some of these steps are knee high and I take 2 steps per stair. I know I'm going to ...
Well not speaking their language should never stop friends from having a great time together.... so we headed down to the beach with our Russian Friends.
Hmmm.... we are perched in a lovely location - way up a steep mountainside offering us the most spectacular view of the harbour with all the small sailing boats, small motorized boats and also providing a lovely breeze. It is so pleasant we are sleeping with ...
... down. We stopped to wait for stragglers and photo hounds. And we oohed and aahed at the stunning vistas getting lower and lower as we climbed higher and higher. We knew we could make it because we were following in the tracks if a very large cow or bull. It's hoof prints were in the mud and cow paddies became a mine field so much so it seemed like we were dancing a jig to avoid the slop. Fragrant in another way! Finally we were at the top! There were old ...