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Town square in Sibenik photographed by Tony Sargeant in 1966

This small square in the old part of Sibenik was where Anthony Sargeant and his friend eat on many days while staying in the town in 1966. 34 more words

Anthony Sargeant

Diocletian's Palace in Split

Diocletian’s Palace in Split

Photographed by Anthony Sargeant when on holiday in 1966. Split is a port on the Adriatic Coast of what was then Yugoslavia, now Croatia. 41 more words

Anthony J Sargeant

Stari Grad 2400: traditional boats night parade

Stari Grad’s 2400th birthday was a really good party over several days with lots going on and a great atmosphere. Sadly, I failed to take my camera along to the evening event as I didn’t realize it would be so spectacular, but I do have a few taken with my phone. 96 more words


By the Adriatic

How fantastic to wake up to this sunrise.

Porto San Giorgio is a charming Italian resort; one of the best on the Adriatic coast. In the Summer, a mass of sunloungers and beach bars – Roger knows, he was there in the early 90’s – but in the Autumn a place to stroll along the promenade or go shopping in the covered market. 34 more words


Croatia: Downhill from Here

I pedalled through the hot pain, unable to tell if it was my legs or my bike-frame that was creaking. My front wheel inched forward and I was surprised the tyres hadn’t melted into a sticky pool on the road. 898 more words


From Montenegro to Sicily in 23 Steps

It has been four months since Jenna and I last posted on this blog, and boy have we been busy. Please accept our profound apologies for our absence. 4,766 more words

Trieste, Italy - Vista to the Adriatic

It’s pretty obvious that I love Italy. I mention it more than a few times in this blog. However, I have only been to the South of Italy which I write about here. 460 more words