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... focussed on futbol/soccer right now. The game has 4 quarters so the big surprise was after the first one some 8 or so cheerleaders came out for a few minute dance number - I could not believe my eyes and I tried to shield Caleb's from the skimpy outfits the women had one. After each quarter they even took time to change before they came out for their next number. Funny Funny Funny. A surprising night that turned out to be quite fun.
Bed time once again.
Day at sea. Weather beautiful about 21 degrees and sunny. Line dancing again we are getting good at it now! Went to a lecture and in the afternoon went wine tasting in the afternoon. It was ok a lot of hooha about the wine and for the money we paid wasn't really value. Danielle went to the kids club for most of the day. Tonight is our last formal night. I have order some photos which look okay and ...
... came back unfortunately after lunch, as the boat rocked even harder before and my lunch came back up. Again, this was over in an hour, and we made our way to the dock safely. Our skipper, Robert, left, and we packed our things to leave in the morning. Next we headed out to dinner to meet with the Tulloch family from my school, who were also on holiday in Dubrovnik at the same time. It was rainy and miserable with my shoes soaking up water ...
... nearly got in a fight with the guy who took the last piece of pizza because the chick behind the counter gave it to whoever would tip her the most despite us being next in line! We all made it back to the boat... well almost all of us. Big bear was having too much fun at Carp Diem and didn't make it back in time. Luckily, we were only setting sail to the other side of the same island so he was able to make his way back to the boat by bus. Stari Grad, which means 'old ...
... pretty. I had a risotto and mum had a fish salad. It was tasty but a little on the pricey side, but what do you expect when you’re eating in such a lovely place. Now recovered from the walk and feeling much cooler, we headed back into the old town for a wander. On our way out we passed a sign that showed which buildings were damaged by the Yugoslav Army during the Croatian War of Independence in late 1991. Over the course of several months, the city of Dubrovnik ...