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A short and reasonably comfortable Ryan Air flight out of Brussels put us down 1,500 kilometres southeast (yet somehow still in the same time zone) in the Balkan wonderland that is Croatia. Still relatively unknown in North America, Croatia has been a budding tourist hotspot among Europeans for quite a few years now thanks to its absurd surplus of …
... sorts of cute wee shops and restaurants. We ate at a restaurant with a balcony over hanging the river which was really pretty. The bridge was super slippery and crowded with tourists giving money to 'jumpers' who jump from the top of the bridge for €25, Erin said 10 people have died jumping off since the new bridge was built. The border crossing between Bosnia and Croatia was a shambles, took 2 hours and they didn't ...
... Kolocep, Sipan and Lopud. The Captain of our boat was drunk and giving out free grapa and wine for most of the journey. At one point he even got a random 16 year old boy to steer the boat while he poured people some drink!! At the first island, Kolocep, we took a stroll round. There wasn't much to see apart from a few churches and we didn't have much time on the island but it seemed nice. There are no cars on any of these islands ...
... the buildings engulfed in fire.
On Wednesday we took a guided city walk in the pouring rain. We took shelter in the entrance to a restaurant by Pile Gate to wait out the worst of it. Various waiters came to shoo us away but we stood firm.
Although we experienced several heavy showers, we picked a good time to visit; the tourist season is drawing to a close and although there were one or two ...
... vs Chiefs) with a few others of our group. By chance Ashe's cousin Kate Burns was in town so we had a quick catch up with her and Eddie and Peter. That night we couldn't resist so had more drinks at the Cliffside bar watching cliff jumpers and then went to a Bosnian restaurant Taj Mahal (deceiving name I know). Which was so amazing we immediately made reservations for the following night.
The next day we got some much needed washing done then headed up ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBilicic Apartments Dubrovnik
Extremely friendly, nice views over the town from the apartment balcony (we had 4 people in the 2 bdr apt). A lot of stairs to and from the Old Town to work off all the ice cream.
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