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The predicted rainy day was instead a glorious, warm and sun you day,perfect for walking and shopping in the old city. It was a an unexpected gift that we took full advantage of. We enjoyed another devious breakfast buffet and the walked to town reveling in the beautiful views. It was the day ...
... figured out how to press the comment button at the end of an entry. Thank you!! (Did Bryony have to help you...lol?)
PPS Jen, in answer to your comment yesterday...yes! Now if you could just go and rewrite all those fab comments from FB onto the blog that would be great. As I said I want the comments to appear in the book that I'm going to print. (I'm only half kidding) and no it wasn't the first fight but only 3 in nearly 6 weeks is not too bad I hope.
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Our next stop on this trip was in a small town of Pocitelj. We had about 20 minutes to explore and get some fruit to eat before heading back towards Croatia. Our final stop was a rest stop on the Croatia/Bosnia border. We had stopped here before, but this time I noticed something different. In the small grocery store below a restaurant, there were probably a hundred people all buying boxes and boxes of chocolates and liquors. I asked one of the girls ...
... only served a one month term and could not leave the palace during that time.
We had some free time to walk around the city and Petra recommended that we go to a coffee bar outside the wall that's entrance is a small hole in the rock wall. We wandered around, up and down the steep steps and narrow passageways looking for it. We stood for a moment admiring this amazing city with its beautiful rooftops, vibrant gardens, intricate ...
The bus ride from Split took 4.5 hours and I plonked myself on the right hand side to keep an eye on the scenery. In case of emergency sleep deprivation, I also packed my neck pillow. What was I thinking! I couldn't keep my eyes off the spectacular scenery. The olive groves, the vineyards, the Adriatic sea stretching to numerous islands and the rocky cliff faces plunging down to little coves and isolated beaches. Wow. It wasn't until ...