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This is way cool. Take a moment to view the attached videos of the Sea Organ in Zadar. We started our day at 5:30 this morning, to catch the train from Sarajevo to Ploce. Same Hogwarts Express type train, but this time we found the "first-class" car, better seating but unfortunately no heat and as it was only about 8C this morning it was cold in there! It would really have been something impressive 60 years ago. The train ride south ...
... and out of the bus. Even with the little step we bought for just such occasions, she needed a push from behind to get in. The Germans parked beside us didn’t even smile. Put up the sky dish and found the Astra 2 satellite. Fantastic, we had TV! Later we found we couldn’t receive all the main channels, just some American channels full of c…, but we could get Capital Gold so had some decent music to listen to.
... Indo-Europeans who settled between the 4th and 2nd millennium BC into a new ethnical unity, that of the Liburnians. Zadar was a Liburnian settlement, laid out in the 9th century BC, built on a small stone islet and embankments where the old city stands and tied to the mainland by the overflown narrow isthmus, which created a natural port in its northern strait.
See more here. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zadar
The Romans invaded and settled in the ...
I woke up relatively early after not getting any sleep for majority of the night. Scooters and bikes and loud drunks echoed into the window keepng a few people from sleeping. I was first up for breakfast and enjoyed the view of eggs and sausage and cereal ...
... it to get dark we walked back into town. We decided to stick to the main roads as it seemed safer. As we were walking we were alternating between which side of the road we walked on, depending where the footpaths where. After a while the footpath stopped altogether. It was pretty frightening walking along the reasonably narrow roads in the dark, both wearing black. We carried on and tried to be sensible about it. The locals seemed ...
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