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Last time we were in Dubrovnik we had to say goodbye after knowing each other for less than a week - four years on we've been lucky enough to be able to come back and relive some memories.
... stopped at a cafe before to the tour for a coffee and had the most amazing croissant ever. It was warm, flaky and we found out later homemade....I could dream of that croissant! So, we went back to that cafe for some pizza. We figured anyone that can do wonders with a croissant should be able to do equally well with a pizza! It was good, but didn't live up to the croissant.
At 1:45 we met the group for the short walk to a ...
... moving around and it looked like he was dropping off to sleep all the time and then waking up.
We had to cross through two border crossings in and out of a town called Neum in what is called the Neum Corridor. Neum is the only coastal town in Bosnia and Herzegovina and it has 24.5 Kms of coastline, the country's only access to the Adriatic Sea. It splits Croatia into two sections.
Actually it was ...
... Jeannette has developed a stomach problem.
After breakfast, we go to the Medical Centre, who promptly lock her in the cabin for 24 hours. Le'Anne, Steve & I go ashore.
Getting on the tender boat is our first challenge, with quite large seas and the pitching of the tender.
We are last on, so I get to sit right at the front, the view is terrific, the girl sitting next to me flinches every time a wave breaks. As you can see by the photo, it is in ...
Cheap, pretty good food. Excellent treatment. Exceptional airbnb host with the tour, scooter, and recently upgraded apartment. Air conditioning in most of Dubrovnik. Beautiful old walls.
I should mention.. Dubrovnik is where I decided that pebble beaches are better than sand beaches. We went to both in Dubrovnik. Sand beaches leave sand in all your stuff and cloud the water. The pebble beaches just seemed so pristine.