Day-12 (26 Apr—Fri) Živogošće

When I can actually pronounce the town I’m staying in, it may be time to come home—ha, ha! Best walking day by far, considering that nearly half was on a walking trail or small road next to the water. The 12 miles took me nearly 6 hours with lots of “smelling of roses.”

Here are my impressions: This breakfast was to die for—I finished all of it or it got packed for my lunch; I watched this young lady pick up the moth now on her sleeve—an incredible example of mimicry—just look at its spread wings that look like a monster; dates along the path;  and the next two showing the dedicated path I was on; finally, one of several stops to enjoy the riviera with a beer. Basically, it’s still much too early for their tourist season. You can see preparations everywhere as they get the places ready. None of the restaurants are open here in Živogošće, so I went to the grocery store and for $10 bought my next three meals!


  1. Jackie Williams — 04-26-2019 at 9:44 pm

    Just got caught up on your blog posts… you look great and the mileage you’re covering daily is incredible! So glad tourist season hasn’t hit yet – you seem to be enjoying each town. Keep the pics coming!
    Lv you! XXOO

  2. Belle Cook — 04-27-2019 at 4:29 am

    Just wonderful……

  3. Patty Berry — 05-11-2019 at 10:33 pm

    terrific photos, Kurt….the cement path along the sea reminded me of Dinard in Northern France…exactly like that!
    How do you get those proper accent marks for that language!

    • kurt — 05-12-2019 at 7:20 am

      Right. Happy Mothers Day. Starting Sanabres tomorrow with creature comforts getting scarcer—-have to suck it up, as they say!👍❤️

    • kurt — 05-12-2019 at 7:23 am

      I have four different keyboards which is a pain sometimes, but serves well otherwise.👍❤️