Lounging on the Dalmatian Coast: Around Primošten, Croatia

Thursday, August 5th, 2004: Primošten, Croatia

We awake to rain this morning which forces our courtyard breakfast into Duscha’s kitchen. The cloudy rain blows away around noon and leaves a sunny, warm day. We begin to do a little research concerning the next leg of our journey which will include a rendezvous with our Toronto neighbours, David and Kathryn, in Spain and Portugal in mid-September. Monika, our German friend, has rented us her house near Montpellier, in the south of France, for the end of September. We hope to meet our friend Rose there for a week or so of exploring the countryside.

John and I have both agreed that the next few months will be less hectic and schedule driven. We hope to spend a minimum of 3 days in each location and not push ourselves too hard to get around Europe, even if that means skipping places we would love to go – memories of Vienna (or more accurately, the scarcity of memories of Vienna) haunt us.

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Pouring Rain in Potsdam
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