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... from the rest of Croatia, in fact there is a piece of Bosnia in between. Today it is still a small city squeezed between the sea and bare steep hills. To quote Rebecca West: "The Dalmatian coast slid by us, naked as a quarry." Historically the sea would have been the principal transportation route, and the main road still goes along the coast, with one or two lesser roads winding over the barrier into the interior. The bus to Split was kn 400 for two of us.
... in one of the side streets, close to where the filming area was located. At one point we had to pass through a security checkpoint for the filming, and they let us pass. After the tour, we were free for the afternoon to tour on our own.
During the walking tour, we had passed a number of restaurants and I had made a mental note of some that might be good for lunch. I eventually settled on a restaurant called Mea Culpa, and the waiters there were ...
I was not so keen to leave Podstrana this morning on such beautiful day. Dubrovnik weather forecast was similar to this part of Croatia; I have to make the most of it whilst the sunshine last.
Leaving Podstrana along the winding road next to the Adriatic sea is just spectacular. There are
many villages on the way with the usual speed restrictions. The first part of the trip was slow but who ...
... BC. It is a UNESCO World Heritage listed Site, and it is easy to see why that should be. It is a beautiful, ancient and charming place to visit with a massive wall built around it in around the 12th century BC to be able to protect it in these ancient times. It also has a drawer bridge, in order to shut of the gates against pirates and opposing forces.
Claire and I left our ship at around 8:30am to go on a guided tour aptly named "Dubrovnik ...
... afternoon we entered country number eight Bosnia, only for about 15km then back into Croatia for the final ride in to Dubrovnik. The group is finally settling down with small sub groups beginning to form. Our group likes to get away early to build in time for the inevitable delays.
The Tenere (mybike) is running well,I,m really getting to like it, its only 660cc single but still has enough grunt to get past most things.