In February I announced that I would be doing a cruise along the west coast of Croatia in the summer. The trip was then cancelled as things were looking very bad indeed for international travel. Now they are so much better. I’ve traveled overseas several times since getting vaccinated without a single problem. And the tour companies are going for it again now. So the trip is back on! May 29 – June 7. With an even more amazing itinerary. It’s now called: TREASURES OF THE ADRIATIC & IONIAN SEAS: A Voyage From Venice to Athens Exploring Ancient Sites & Medieval Towns. I’ve included the brochure here, below, so you can see for yourself. Yes indeed, we start in Venice (!), cruise down the west coast of Croatia with stops along the way, on to Greece, ending in Athens. Whoa. Among the stops: Split (Croatia): I’m especially eager for this one. The remains of the (very large) palace of the emperor Diocletian are here. Diocletian is best known as as the emperor who instigated the [...]
It's always a pleasure to do an interview with someone who knows a lot about the topic and asks the right questions. This wide-ranging interview with Glenn Siepert was one of those. Glenn runs a podast called "What If Project" and he's had a lot of interesting guests on it. Here's my interview.