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... he was looking at our passports. That was definitely not where my mind first wondered. I thought I was stuck in Bosnia forever. Anyways, crisis averted and I am blogging to you safely from Oxford. I never knew I had the desire to go to Bosnia and I can fully say, I am okay with not going back again, at least for awhile. I did appreciate the experience and seeing something different. It was cool being able to talk to our guide about ...
... features of the city are the huge walls that surround the old part, covering a distance of about 2 kM.
With easy access to the sea, Dubrovnik was once a significant maritime power, and the capital of the Republic of Ragusa, a maritime republic. The city eventually declined as a maritime power in the 1600's, and in 1806 it was captured by the Napoleonic army. A few years later, it was captured by British and Austrian troops.
With the end of ...
... to be seen. The weather was sunny and warm. I couldn't believe how beautiful the whole town is. After the walk we had lunch at a beautiful restaurant on top of the cliff. The lunch was amazing too. After lunch we explored Old Dubrovnik. It is like a very quaint village. We then explored the current main street before heading back to the hotel to relax. ...
... and said he was just scraped up and bruised, with potentially a fractured rib or two. He decided that he needed to go to hospital so missed out on the rest of the sailing to lie in a bed but we were a lot more comfortable for it! The next couple of days we were treated to more stunning scenery and a dinner at a local Greek restaurant with traditional dancing and everything. It was so beautiful to watch and we all got involved butchering it terribly. We were all very over the ...
... stopped for some Croatian beers.
Jody found a new favorite beer in the old town. It may be because we were really thirsty after hiking the 'Great wall' around the old city Dubrovnik.
Attached various pics of Dubrovnik and the old town.
While leaving the old town to head back to ship we came across the beach Jody was looking for so stopped there to pick up some sea glass and stick our feet in the Adriatic Sea water.