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Dubrovnik Alley

July 2019

image credit: JP Fosterson

The old city of Dubrovnik, Croatia—filming location for King’s Landing in HBO’s Game of Thrones—feels mobbed with tourists and blasted by the sun. Zadar was quieter, mellow, with the Sea Organ and the indigo water, so clear you could see down for meters. Šibenik and Trogar seemed almost sleepy, and out in the islands there are intimate beaches and tiny resorts that remind me…

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I tell stories, mostly not true | writer, coder, data scientist, musician | fiction • thoughts • code • sometimes food | jp.fosterson@gmail.com

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JP Fosterson

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I tell stories, mostly not true | writer, coder, data scientist, musician | fiction • thoughts • code • sometimes food | jp.fosterson@gmail.com

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