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... news can completely unnerve you about a country.
So, I started researching. Firstly the narrow part of land joining the otherwise landlocked country of Bosnia and Herzegovina is called the Neum corridor. I found out you have to present passports, the police probably wont pull you over to check your car insurance and the fuel is cheaper.
I couldn't figure out if you were stuck on a freeway with no exits or what.
So, what actually happened is, we ...
... We went to a few happy hours – the cocktail tasting, the 2-for-1 in the Crow’s Nest and then a special one for Australians. I think there are more Australians on this cruise than Americans. Someone said about 650 – on a boat that holds 1900 people. Kind of amazing. This was our last formal night (on Cruise 2), so we all got dressed up again and went. This time is was steak and lobster. Over dinner, we discussed our plans for the following day, in ...
... wasn't very hungry after the massive lunch they'd fed us, so I ordered a tomato soup and Darren ordered a pasta, and we had a chat with a local while we waited, and played with the neighbourhoods cats, which were everywhere! (Including some very cute and tiny kittens!) After we ate, we went inside to pay and realised the French Canadian group were in there, so we hung out with them and watched the rest of the ice hockey match that was ...
... and left a layer of salt over our skin after every dip. Jono and I decided to explore a bit more of the island on foot and wandered around until we could see the island within the island that housed a large monastery. Meeting back with the group we made our way back to the boat for some afternoon beverages on the top deck as we watched the entertainment unfold on the rowdy 'Naval' sail croatia boat next door. With the sun setting over the ocean we drank ...
... it won't be out of a sense of pilgrimage. And I won't go out of my way.
Anyhoo, have a good afternoon, and a safe trip this weekend :)
"Here, take this," he says and shoves some fancy doorhinges into my hand. We're standing in a cobblestoned courtyard, watching a few arriving cars. ...
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