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... goes on, as we leave for Dubrovnik the next morning by ferry. So what do we do, have sleep in, walk to Momo Beach and sit and swim all day unreal, also this place is the ultimate in people watching lots of fun. Swim, lunch, many coffees, aqua and the girls hit the water slides in a hotel near the beach too much fun.
Then all the girls go on a boat ride of sorts see the photos for more.
Home, shower, packing, out for dinner then relax all the hallmarks of great holiday.
... t you ever seen Bosnia?"
"Of course not."
"You need to."
"You can't leave."
I look at them both, their faces suspended between a state of ironic banter and a deeper, almost wounded concern. Drele looks away, "After all, this is just beginning. You must stay."
"I wish I could, but, if I overstay my visa I might never be able to come back."
Vid sighs. "Okay, but not yet."
... had taken the wrapper from my favorite chocolate bar, so I knew I had that right. Bought several. Chocolate with cookie. We got a couple of drinks for the beach. Bob got a Karlovaco and I had a limon pivo. We poured them in our VBT water bottles. We met most of the girls leaving as we walked to hotel and they said "go to the right til you see us". We changed into suits. No swimsuits allowed exposed in the town square. (Sannie you were right, that Gap sleeveless nitie ...
... dipping in the sea, we noticed a dead rat carcass floating with most of its skull exposed- really gross and definitely not the thing you want to see in water you’re swimming in! After that, we headed off to another cove, a swanky-looking place filled with private yachts. We docked our boat and then we went off to the less-expensive of the two restaurants on the island. We treated ourselves and each got meals and a beer. The food was delicious and our server ...
... Familys from here have immigrated mainly to the north island and many of the men have worked on merchants ships visiting New Zealand. Our registered port of Lyttelton was well known as Denis introduced us around town.
Barbara and Denis moved here two years ago, bravely bought a house and worked through a lengthy restoration and renovation experience. Barbara's grandmother was born here and as ...