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Travel Blogs from Dubrovnik
... employing several key strategies.
The Obvious Strategy - go out in the old city before 10am and after 4pm. Dubrovnik is extra magical at night, the air is cooler, the crowds are (somewhat) thinner, the 500 year old structures are floodlit, and the narrow side streets are artfully and invitingly graced with lanterns and myriad eateries.
Embrace the Global Village Strategy - I really enjoy picking out all the different languages spoken on the ...
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No. COUNTRY DAYS
1 THAILAND 40 DAYS
2 SLOVENIA 08 DAYS
3 CAMBODIA 20 DAYS
4 OMAN 05 ...
... took about a million pictures. Not only fulfilling a travel destination dream of mine, Dubrovnik was made even better for me because Game of Thrones is filmed here. This is real-life King's Landing, people! Those who know me know just how much I love the books and TV series.
Dubrovnik has great seafood! Fried squids (calamari), anyone?
So, Dubrovnik… childhood dream, GoT, seafood… and World Heritage Site as well! ...
... is that the community appears to be reclaiming these unused spaces for urban farming. There were so many vegetable gardens and flower patches in the city.
The seafood in this city is amazing. I ordered an octopus salad, which was garnished with spinach and tomatos.
Well, I'm tired, and this is all I feel like writing.
... a wander around the old town, stopped to see the house where Marko Polo lived and then headed back to the boat for our buggying tour. Our little red buggies took us through the outback of the island to a little beach where we had a game of beach volley ball and got to enjoy wine and cheese on the boat ride back.
The wind made the sail into the island of Hvar interesting...people still felt like they were rocking a day later. It made sleeping ...