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Mike Lince
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Attended University of Washington
Lives in Sibenik, Croatia
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At 1,726 m. (5,780 ft.), Biokovo Mtn. rises the most abruptly from sea level of any point in Croatia.
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We took a field trip to Huntingtower Castle to get a feel for the local history and to enjoy another beautiful summer day in Scotland.
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We are joining an international team of journalists in September to write about Croatia as a tourist destination. I will be writing about our discoveries during our three week tour.
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Once each month local vendors set up their booths to peddle home crafted foods and other goodies, and the public turns out in large numbers to support them.  The Saturday Market is just one more thing we love about Perth.
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Another day in the life in Scotland. It is quite comfortable here.
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We play tourist in Glasgow, Scotland for the day. We have a fun time and take a few cool photos to share.
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 We visited Dunfermline to see the famous church and Abbey. We discovered the Carnegie Museum commemorating Dunfermline's favorite son and his legacy.
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 The annual 5k Kilt Run for charity and the Highland Games competition made for a lot of activity and fun in Perth, Scotland's newest city (50k+ pop.).
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During our first week in Perth, Scotland, we are settling in our own place and exploring the town for its hidden treasures.
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Early on Liverpool was home to booming markets in the cotton trade and the slave trade. It was also the home of HMS Titanic. More recently it is noted as the beginning of the British Invasion beginning with The Beatles.
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Glasgow's patron saint and founder is Saint Mungo, who lived in Western Scotland in the 6th century.  This is my short historical account of the four miracles attributed to Saint Mungo.
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    1973
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Boquete, Chiriqui Province, Panama - Cuernavaca, Mexico - Perth, Scotland
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The Trinacria is the symbol of Sicily. This is Sicilian food. Sicilian pizza is white, not red. The owner won't serve it if the dough isn't fresh. We not only ate there, we took my Sicilian in-laws to Trinacria when they visited Olympia. It was great to hear the cook and my father-in-law conversing in Sicilian dialect. If you get the opportunity, order cannolis for dessert. The owner makes the filling fresh, which is worth the wait -a genuine Sicilian cannoli filled with Ricotta whipped with honey and rolled in crushed pistachios just like in Sicily. There are only a dozen tables, so go early. Mangiare bene e godere!
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Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Excellent
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I make it a point to stop in Cashmere with family and friends whenever we travel U.S. 2, mostly because I am addicted to Aplets and Cotlets and they offer FREE samples! I salivate just thinking about them. They usually have lots of closeouts in their warehouse. Once we bought 12 boxes as gifts because they were so affordable. I cannot leave their candy store without traces of powdered sugar on my lips, hands and clothes. My father-in-law had the same residual evidence of sampling their goodies. My wife says I am like a 5 year old. I insist I am at least 12! Anyway, it's fun for all ages.
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