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... pass some pretty cool cemeteries, and had lunch at a beach before turning around and heading back. The roads were pretty dusty to say the least, and it took a few washes for more beard to get back to normal. That night we went out to a road bar where things got blurry. Also ran into one of the boys from work...WORK. Cam who I had no idea was going to be over there was at the same bar...was crazy. Its a small world.
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... They are in full flower “in the seventh month” we were told but it was still an attractive route. Evidently from the hilltops there, one can see across to Italy, when it’s clear. Again the harsh conditions and concept that people earn a living from cultivating, harvesting and processing lavender boggled my mind.
Finally to those of you who have visited Hvar and cycled there, well you must have strong heads, legs and lungs! Hats off, to ...
... s office in main Police Department.
Um, this one...not so happy! She was actually not happy at all.
The new not-so-happy Magistrate might also be the only person in this country that doesn’t speak English. Not her fault at all. I mean we are in her country, so we should speak her language - but man - communication was tough. Really tough.
Picture this. The family clan sitting in the Split Police station office (which by the way was about ...
... We were parked within 100 metres of the old bridge which is in fact new bridge as the original was totally destroyed in the war. The old town area around the bridge is now a tourist honey pot. Here we are on a Monday in October and it was busy. The whole area had a very Eastern feel, fitting I suppose as the original bridge was built by the Turks. Superficially it felt like a peaceful place now but you ...
... and Tomi, Buba's brother, met us in the city centre and we followed them back to the house - only a couple of km.
The house was in a narrow winding street looking over Livno centre. There we met Draza's aunty, Sandra (her cousin), Josep & Lara (Sandra's children and second cousins).
We sat and talked for a while, the kids slowly getting to know each other, not being able to speak English making it difficult.
Buba & Didda are proud as punch ...