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Docked our boat away from Hvar and then got a water taxi over to it. Everyone climbed a hill to a look out apart from me, Amber and Sean. Feeling a bit worse for wear with the hangover. Headed to sunset bar where everyone else meet us including Tom who was suppose to be having a quiet one in. Went for dinner after a few drinks and then to the club underneath ...
... Deano. His wife and son have been at a beachside place as it is summer holidays here. Joe's mother runs the apartments. Her name is Dobrila. She greeted us warmly when we arrived and brought out a plate full of the freshest, most succulent figs we had ever tasted and a jug of home made wine. It is a very light wine and not very alcoholic, so is quite refreshing in the heat of the day. It's a lovely apartment, almost new and fully equipped ...
... awe at the first sight of the falls. As we made our way down the bottom Dayna led me through the closed part. We had to take off our shoes and go through deep water but when we got to a certain point it was all worth it when a rainbow appeared. After exploring this wonderland we made our way back and had a few beers each and some burgers costing us a mere $15. ...
... the city's vast expanse of historical architecture from 413 metres high. But my favourite day in Dubrovnik (and one of my favourites all trip) was catching the Ferry to Lokrum island (more about that later) and spending the day there; followed by getting take-away dinner with some local wine and beers and enjoying the sunset sitting cliffside just outside of the city walls; then kicking on the night by having some crazy shots lit on fire at a ...
... Cave, but we hadn't really done any research to figure out the best way to make this happen. So when we walked down to the pier and they guy said the boat was leaving for the Green Cave, Blue Cave and Vis in 2 minutes, we had to make a snap decision. We paid and got on. Then we got off again when we found out that the lunch had no vegetarian options for K and ran to a Tisak (small kiosk store that K kept calling a "Tiosk") to grab her some snacks. ...