Monthly Archives: November 2015

Visit to Croatia: day trip to Kotor, Montenegro

Firstly, my apologies to anyone who was sent a version of this post without any text. For the first time, in more than 170 posts, I accidently hit the ‘Publish’ button! These photos are from a day trip we took … Continue reading

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Visit to Croatia: Ston & Dubrovnik

After our short ferry ride from Korčula to Orebic, our coach took us back down the Pelješac peninsula to the town of Ston. For many centuries, Ston was part of the republic of Dalmatia, whose leaders managed to retain a … Continue reading

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Rack ’em Danno

  Maggie and I returned from Europe in the second week of October, slap bang in the middle of Spring-lamb season. Although the supply of quality cuts of lamb is not as seasonal as it once was, it is still … Continue reading

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Visit to Croatia: Pelješac peninsula & Korčula

Our next destination was the town of Korčula, on the island of the same name. To reach there, we had to travel the length of the Pelješac peninsula, from Ston – more of that in my next post – to … Continue reading

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Postojna caves postscript

In a recent post, which I have now amended, I wrote about a visit to the Postojna caves in Slovenia. In conclusion, I said that I had “found the experience very stimulating but I also felt that the operation was … Continue reading

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Visit to Croatia: Brač

After our night in Split, Robert dropped us off by the city’s main seaside promenade and then took the tour coach to join the queue for the ferry that, some two hours later, would take us to Supetar on the … Continue reading

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Visit to Croatia: Trogir & Split

After our night in Plitvice, we headed south, descending out of the large cloud mass that had dominated the previous day’s weather and onwards to the Dalmatian coast. By late morning, we had arrived at Trogir, a delightful town that … Continue reading

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