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... Plus, I have to color my hair. (Lucky, I bought some L'oreal in Mostar late last night, because there are no stores nearby.) Zorica asks us what we would like to drink. Wine, juice, water. She brings up a bottle of local wine, a carton of apple juice and bottled water...gratis. How sweet. She then asks what we would like to eat for dinner. We haven't eaten today, except for the small ice cream cone at this mornings rest stop. That seems like so long ago. Fish, or seafood would be ...
... the dive shop was a disaster. We were met by a really unfriendly (British I think) guy who said he had no record of us coming. He was extremely rude, condescending, and unaccomodating. He told us the person I had been communicating with doesn't even live in Croatia and nobody told him we'd be wanting to dive. Considering we were all excited to dive and had just spent time and money to get here, we still wanted to make it work. He did say there would be room for me ...
... two cruise boats in it was buzzing with tourists! We were still amused to see some washing out as in Kotor, for the thousands of tourists to see.We got to our dinner table tonight and had a very pleasant dinner with our travel companions and then went to a Lionel Ritchie Tribute Show. Another good day.
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... but as we headed north, the sun gained the upper hand. About four hours later, we reached the Peljesac Peninsula, our destination for the day, and had driven all of 43 miles.
Along the route, we actually passed through Bosnia and Herzegovina once again. BiH has a coveted six-mile stretch of coastline that peeks out from the folds of Croatia. There’s a long and complex story behind this, like so many stories about this region.
... beer until happy hour on the boat saw the cocktails come out in large vases and equally as big straws. It's fair to say the bar tab tally went up a few notches that night. By midnight the music from the boats beside us got turned off and all its inhabitants made a hasty exit via the other boats docked beside it to the bars on the island. For us it was just a ladder climb down to our cabin to settle in for the night, ready for a new location in the morning.