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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 ...
... salad - yay fresh food we are in the Med. I can smell sardines on a charcoal BBQ cooking and wanted a closer look - mmmm my favourite. We find them and are waved in by some local fishermen. We have discovered the "Batala Club" a group of guys all chatting, drinking local family wine while one man the expert cooks the sardines that have been rubbed in salt are grilling, once cooked they smoother them in olive oil, ...
... br> While we were sitting having lunch a film crew were circulating through the village and seemed to be interviewing random people asking what they thought about Bosnia Herzegovina, the local area, the food, shops etc. Cheryl and Ian and Tahnee and Jillian were sharing a table and were interviewed by the crew. We of course were kidding them about being movie stars and asking when the premiere would be!
After lunch we then headed for ...
... of Ragusa and was as important as a seaport as Amalfi, Pisa, Genoa and Venice. It was a highly diplomatic Republic that remained free for much of its history. Today, Dubrovnik still exists as a residential and commercial city within the walls. The wall varies in height and thickness based on whether the wall is toward the sea or the land and when the wall was built in history and whether it was needed ...
... it across to the other harbour and made it back in time. After getting some sleep in our cramped, ****** cabins, we were on our way to our penultimate stop – Makarska. It's a fairly big town, with a long beach, lots of tourists, a theme park and lots of adventure sports on offer. We mainly just lazed at the beach and the cafes, and played some backgammon. In the evening we went for a nice group dinner at a Croatian restaurant. ...