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... still drizzling), as the first choice was having a drink at a bar overlooking the ocean. But, with the weather not cooperating, we did so inside. Then it was on to dinner on a covered patio at the Pucic Palace. We had great wine, enjoyed more fun conversation with our fellow bikers and had some fabulous food.
Hard to believe our week was coming to an end.
... suffered seven months of attacks. There must have been some remorse firing upon this gorgeous UNESCO Heritage Site. It has been rebuilt to its former glory under UNESCO rules, but the shiny new roof singles are evidence of the scale of the damage.
Now that the dust has cleared, let's hope this country has a fairytale ending --- happily ever after.
It's a lazy morning as its rainy, rainy, rainy. We planned to head out a few times and each time the rain began again.
Eventually we walked through the old town and stopped at the 'hole in the wall' which is only the size of a doorway. You walk down steps cut into the cliff face and are sitting on the outside of the wall. There is a small bar here so you order, enjoy the stunning views and in good weather may see cliff divers ...
... taxi and has to go to end end on queue and wait for the next tender in the heavier rain. We all laugh!
The ride back to the ship is difficult, the boatswain (bosun) can't find it until they turned on the lights.
We finally board the ship.
As someone said, its this or nothing. We are satisfied with our day.
Jeannette can't join us for dinner, but is able to choose from the Vista menu for room service. She enjoys her meal in the silence of isolation.
Stopped at the island of Mljet so we could have a quick look at the National Park. A wee walk there. We had to wait for half an hour for our small boat ride as the previous tour group had been a bit late so Simon had a swim. The boat ride is around the larger lake of the two which are actually sea lakes as connected by a narrow channel. The lakes have very original names Large Lake and Small Lake. In the Large Lake is an Island which had an old Benedictine Monastery ...