Hotel Villa Nova
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The next day, we left split early cuz we wanted to reach Dubrovnik within the day, and we had to pass through Bosnia and Herzegovina so I absolutely wanted to stop in the first city we saw to set foot in a new country and perhaps chill a bit...my Russian friends weren't very happy about that, but we still managed to stop in Neum, Bosnia, and I got to buy a postcard for proof!! It seemed like a real nice croatian filled town...not really bosnian but hey...
It still counts!
... burned. Eventually the area was appropriated back to Croatia and in less than ten years it became known as one of the most beautiful places in the Mediterranean/Adriatic.
Right before heading back to the hostel I stopped by a store and had a piece of cake. I was told by the Croatian girl I met at Taize that I had to try cevapci and the cake. "They make the most delicious cakes!" she said. So I had a piece of chocolate vanilla cherry cake, ...
After breakfast in your hotel, transfer overland to Neum, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, stopping for lunch at a local restaurant en route. Upon arrival in Neum, embark your small ship, meet the crew, and enjoy our first dinner onboard. Spend the evening ...
... diced with oncoming cars and motorbikes!
There was no point rushing because even when we were clear of the cows, we came up behind little trucks that were allowed to drive at 80km but couldn't get their vehicle close to that speed, nor could they ever find the indicators.....we had several near-misses on the way back, suffice to say! If we had veered off the road, we would have likely landed on one of the many rubbish tips!
... very popular throughout Croatia and sometimes they are kilometres long so on the map as the yellow line that makes the highway ends and continues with a grey dotted line (Also stating A1), I had incorrectly assumed (Stupid me) that this was a rather long tunnel through the mountains. Boy was I wrong. This is the 'Intended’ Highway to come. Not what is currently available. Following the road signs it led us on to a winding road with a pitiful speed limit and to ...