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I deleted my first attempt to do a post, the photos all went screwy on me, I’ll try half-heartedly to upload at least a few from a pleasant day sight-seeing and gifting in Dubrovnik Old City. The pretty woman beside mis my daughter-in-law Yukie from Tokyo.


My first effort into a hole in the wall.



A piece left in this Franciscan Church – photos not allowed.



We had a tasty lunch in this slightly better quality restaurant and left a little gift in the tree behind.



Popped through a door in the walls and found ourselves on rocks with people sunbathing and swimming, bright after the darker inside



Known as the Jesuit Steps, I left a little gift somewhere at the top.
Later we went into an exhibition and saw a very similar photo dating from probably the 30s,
which I took a photo of, then deleted it by mistake, a bit annoyed about that.


A little piece stuck in behind a confessional in the pretty Cathedral.



This took me ages to upload, persistence paid off.


greg richie

Well done. and I see you got your alcohol fix…..[t2027]



A day trip to Mostar, wasn’t a great day for David.  Firstly Yukie thought he needed his sleep so didn’t wake him early enough so we were late getting away.  I thought this was an interesting philosophical question, should Yukie be to blame for Dave not waking up in time, I had the temerity to mention it but think I survived [im-happy-smiley-emoticon].

Driving to Mostar, the bloody satnav sent us up a narrow road that looked as though it would bring us right across a high mountain,
so we decided to head back down again, unfortunately Dave detached a bit of the bumper doing a narrow reverse turn.
He took it very well, all stayed calm in spite of the rattle.  Hope he took out the bells and whistles insurance.
We stopped at a pretty little village in Bosnia, for refreshments.  I bought some big pomegranates,
now have to work out a way of squeezing them.   My first bit of gifting, gave a little ‘pretty’ to the stallholder and his daughter,
they seemed very interested.