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... shop owners who now recognize me. I can't say enough about how nice and warm the people have been here, and for that matter, all of Croatia. It's a very special place, one which you can tell is on the divide from the past and the future. The coastal, almost Mediterranean culture is one to be admired and enjoyed. It's a small town that leaves a huge impression. I'll miss Croatia and Dubrovnik a lot... ...
... a lovely old stone restaurant which has been family-run for over 200 years capped another great day, and sleep came easily (that would be more-easily for those who overlooked the fact that the mattresses were likely vintage-Russian rather than Posturpedic). In the space of less than a week, we had experienced what we expected to be the best accomodations (Mostar), and in Risan what we hoped would be the worst we would encounter the rest of the trip.
... the Buža bar which is on the old wall of the city however it was raining and very wet so found somewhere else for dinner. We found another restaurant and all had a nice dinner together. for main I had calamari and for desert I had pannacotta and for a drink I had fresh lemon juice. As the parents talked all of us children roamed around the cobblestone streets. Later we said our goodbyes hopped in a cab to go back for our last night on the ...
... with tomato and onion sauce among other delights. Of course all meals have been documented with photos on my phone. We are currently on an old dilapidated ferry headed to Korcula, an island somewhere inbetween Dubrovnik and split. Dubrovnik was pretty cool, extremely pretty with a gorgeous old town and sea views to match. We've vowed not to tear about to quite the extent of last year (came back knackered) but we didn't manage to fit a lot in. I have converted max to the ethos of ...
... authorities saying he just wanted to rest his troops for the night. The coastline rises straight out of the sea and high above the town is the Srjd Mountain - normally a cable car ride from town our driver took us to the lookout and the we again to marvel at the views over the town and ocean but also looking the other way to the border with Serbia which was very close. The young driver also gave us a little ...