Sometimes we visit places that lodge in our consciousness years after our return. Dalmatia, on Croatia’s Adriatic coast, is one such place. It haunts my psyche on a regular basis. Here’s why. THE KINDNESS OF STRANGERS We’ve booked a room at Hotel Kazbek. Built in 1573 as a summer residence, it’s been a school and a detention centre for prisoners of war and is now a five-star property….
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