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... us, stopping in Struga. We leave Dubrovnik 11pm Sun 3 August. This has been the most stressful time in our trip- in NZ we are so used to & expect to be able to book ahead & on line. We will enjoy the time we have pre-wedding & look forward to seeing some of Macedonia.
The first thing you notice in Dubrovnik is the walls of the old city. In case you don't know it's where Game of ...
... going at the moment of who can find the cheapest pint of beer it cost £1.30 so about $2.40. Dinner that night was at a nice restaurant that set us up outside on this mini deck. We had a huge BBQ platter for two, which tasted amazing!! The restaurant also gave us a free cocktail because the food took so long. After it was clubbing time. This time we thought we would join the rest of them for a drink there before heading back to the boat. This time we managed to ...
We flew to Venice to board the boat ready for our 21 day
cruise in the Mediterranean. Leaving port it was the most specular views of Venice
totally breath taking.
First port of call was Dubrovnik, Croatia. This is one of the most beautiful places in
the world the water is so clear and blue. Our tour took us to the ...
... and chilled for a while before jumping on a boat to a little island that has a chapel. It was a case of jumping on doing a lap of the island and then heading back. To spice up the island we started making up stories of King Dalmatian who used to live on the island. We made back to the boat in the late arvo. It was a fairly relaxed and uneventful night, dinner, drinks and a little dancing.
Our final day of sail Croatia was one of mixed feelings. It was our last ...
... the view as he drove us to our accommodation for the next two nights. We were greeted with ice cold apple juice and a Croatian slice by the old woman who owned the house with rooms she let out upstairs during the summer months. With air conditioning chilling our room we ventured down to the Port in Gruz for a quick beer and pizza before retiring back for some much needed rest.
A postcard perfect day, starting out at around 25 degrees was ...