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... one of the fenders had somehow become untied and was rapidly floating away along the rocky shore. David jumped in and began to swim after it. Initially it looked to be only 50 metres or so away, but by the time he reached it he'd had to swim over 200 metres. Jo was worried that it might be too far to have to swim back, so she jumped in the boat, I untied it, and she piloted the boat up to where David had rescued the fender. Maybe not the ...
... or protection. The Unprofor as they were known apparently were totally useless. So an 800m tunnel was built in sheer desperation to allow the passage of food, medical supplies and arms into the city. Amazing what people are able to do in desperate times and quite sobering to realise this was all happening so recently.
We then stopped briefly at a local hotel to drop off our guide and from there we continued back along the banks of ...
... stuff down stairs and waited at the cafe; having a drink.
We had a stack of luggage, having acquired a few things along the way. The car we had booked was only a hatch back - I was bit worried!!
At the car rental we upgraded to a bigger car - so glad we did. Now the next challenge left hand drive manual!!
The car was double parked for handover...so it was quick look around ...
... tons of little places to eat.
There was some good exercise involved with walking the circumference of the city walls...they meander up and down and along the ocean, and only provide one-way walking traffic. The walls are 3-19 feet thick and 6,200 feet long, so basically golf course length.
After our trek, we passed through the middle of old town to go back to Pile gate, and ran across on of the outdoor cafes to ...
... the adventure was underway. We met a very nice couple from England and another young couple from Ireland who would be joining us on the trip. A company van soon arrived, loaded us up and took us to the docks to catch the ferry to Lopud. During the ride we found out we would be joined by another family as well. They ended up being a family of 5 from Scotland. That rounded out or group, The British Isles vs. Canada. It was shaping up to be ...