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... and olive trees, and occasionally, we spotted a tiny Croatian village with stone houses and their typical orange tile roofs. Recalling back to our days on the Cinque Terre in Italy, we saw sights that we call “chocolate ice cream for the eyes.” It also reminded us of driving down the Pacific Coast Highway in California, where you are high above the ocean and can see forever.
We passed through several tiny towns ...
... changed her name when she got married and used her husband's name for over 30 years till he passed away, Since the government had changed the rules in the meantime, she was compelled to revert back to her maiden name. Siliba herself is Croatian but married to an Italian and living in Italy so she ends up using either her maiden name or her married name depending on which country she is in. Another interesting historical fact: In ...
... also did that but its not like we could swim. So we needed to figure out something else to do the next day sooo we walked into a random travel agency and asked them what day trips were available. We settled on Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovenia. Random enough for ya? The next morning, we got in a car(there was just the 3 of us) and the tour guide to go to Mostar. His name was Romeo, and at first I was very skeptical of him and the whole situation ...
... trees and ancient architecture makes for a rather fantastic city. Smells of ocean waft around the narrow corridors and altogether, the place is just incredible. Even in late November, we enjoyed bright blue skies and 15-20 degree weather.
Other highlights from our journey include: a charming wine bar called D'vino, where we enjoyed a massive cheese plate and some delicious wine tasting (thank you Courtney, Steph and Nicole for the recommendation!), hiking up the mountain ...
... heading back to the hostel for our first sleep in a real bed!! Ready to explore Dubrovnik tomorrow! We didn't want to sleep in too long this morning as we only had half a day to explore Dubrovnik. We grabbed a cheeky slice of pizza for brekkie then started walking around. We walked through a residential neighbourhood which was really pretty then did the walk around the city walls which was absolutely amazing! The views were awesome! It took about an hour to walk the full lap ...