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... below where you are sitting. That's not happening today though as the sea is rough and it is starting to rain again. A quick drink for us and we dash out before we get drenched.
And as luck would have it, we are provided for in a time of need! Trevor sees an empty (new) garbage bag go by in the wind and grabs it and puts it on like a poncho once he tears a hole for his head, Larraine has a waterproof jacket and Phil breaks out ...
... ship. Once on board, we had a quick dip in the pool and then watched the shore as we set sail for Athens. Tonight we were seated at a table with 6 others- 4 from New Zealand and 2 from Ottawa, Canada! We had a hilarious meal - toasted the elderly gentleman's new watch, and all cracked up when told the "posh lady" story (best told in person,with the hand gestures and posh voice, rather than trying to write it!). After this we went to the ...
... joined the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. The walk itself was very pleasant. There are two gates to the old town, Pile and Placa. We started our loop at the Pile Gate, which is on the western side of the city. Due to the width of some of the section and the number of people who pay to traipse along it, the wall walk is one way with everyone going anti-clockwise. Highlights included: The St. Lawrence Fortress – a fortress and theatre, it is also called ...
We set out in the early AM to walk to Banje Beach just outside the old city (Maria LOVES beaches...) and when we got there we decided it was just too steep a descent (actually, not so much the descent...but the ascent that would also be required - it looked as though we would have to negotiate some nasty looking rocks...). The "regular" access seemed to be through a restaurant that was closed at that early hour. So we returned to the ...
... has been the site of some pretty tragic military confrontations. Recently, in the 90s, it was attacked by Serbians after Croatia declared its independence from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. It was attacked on the basis that it was never a Croatian city in the first place, although Serbians only made up approximately 7% of the population at the time. They laid siege to to the city from the coast and damaged a ...