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... with the autumn suggestion. Elenka and I swam in the Adriatic, right along Dubrovnik's outer wall, in balmy October.
Above all, you should bring your own food to Dubrovnik. Something like unbreakable plastic 1 kg jars of peanut butter would work. Trouble is, there's almost no edible bread. But there's an abundance of packaged cookies and the possibility of fresh vegetables that could be used in place of bread.
Walking along ...
... and I tell that somebody not to worry about it as I've jumped off the boat with no shoes and am standing on jagged rocks.
Everybody ashore and David decides he will swim and retrieve the fender. It doesn't look too far away so I agree. He dons snorkel and mask and swims off. The fender is moving slowly away and by the time he reaches it about 5 minutes later he is at least 250 metres away. I look at Scott and he looks at me and we're both thinking the ...
... I shall miss the amazing team on board this ship. We have met wonderful people and some no doubt we will keep in touch with. I am so glad that I have kept up my travel tradition of handing out kangaroo pins to special people I meet along my travels. At least they will think of me at some stage when they see the pin.
Arrivederci MSC Poesia. It has been a memorable journey. I loved the ship, the crew, the food and the dancing.
... going for the full 1kg, and for not scoffing the whole lot in the ensuing hours. I've actually still got most of it left. I think this means I've grown as a person.
(At this point in the drafting of this blog, I took a quick break to get more candy.)
Since we weren't leaving for Dubrovnik until mid afternoon, we took the day to see as much as we could of Split. We jumped on a walking tour around ...
... by Romans, then it came under Byzantine and Venetian rule and from 1382 had been independent. Then Napoleon took it over and made it ruled by Australian government. And then it belonged to Yugoslavia and now to Croatia. In 1991-2 the town was the target of heavy bombing by Yugoslav troops that damaged some of the most significant symbols of its culture. After 1995 the damage was pretty ...