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... vandalism to the school have almost completely stopped. This change can be out down to the sense of pride that can now be felt around the school. The power of a new purposeful learning environment cannot be underestimated. Putting the buildings aside, I had some very informative discussions with the head teachers about what it is like to work in the English school system. There is an enormous emphasis placed on student achievement and in particular the national exams taken by all Year ...
Bog The bus journey to Dubrovnik took about an hour longer than it was meant to but it was still a nice trip. Great views pretty much all the way. We even had a sneaky stop in Bosnia because of the shape of the country so that was cool. We stopped in Bosnia for about a 15 minute break so were claiming we've been to there. Dubrovnik is even more beautiful than Split. We actually like it here more. It's right on the coast and we've had amazing weather which always makes a ...
... t, Split is half nice and half s**t, but Dubrovnik is half nice and half unf**kingbelievable.
I had huge expectations for Croatia and although I enjoyed it and it was amazingly ...
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NEWSFLASH - this is literally the first time we have paid for accommodation since leaving the UK! Pretty good going right!?!?
After staying in a bed other than the van I was up at 6am full of energy haha off I went to the local bakery for bureks for later on! Burek - oily puff pastry type dough filled with either cheese meat or potato. Amazing and damn cheap lol! By the time I returned I was wiped out...253 steps down ...
... Once we had composed ourselves we took a stroll into the Old Town. Because we were so limited on time we decided to just see where the city took us. There are so many things you can do in Dubrovnik, the guide books are brimming with ideas so you could easily spend a long weekend exploring, having only 24 hours felt quite daunting! We walked along the perimeter of the walls until we reached one of the gates and headed in.
The cobbled alleyways ...