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... funny. We walked up to the apartment and Osana said okay now you all sit down as I have made some crepes and jam for you, they are in the oven keeping warm. She then said she had brought over some juice and beer from her fridge as its all she had... "Do you drink Beer?'...'UM...YES'. Osana then chatted with us for the next hour telling us the abbreviated rich history of Dubrovnik and where all of the sights were and places to ...
... or have seen more than the first 5 minutes of episode one). But there were people who looked very excited as the tour guide explained how they set up the various shots, they didn’t use any CGI special effects and they remained very specific to the clothes and other factors from the era of the show.
With that, our few days in Dubrovnik were over. We have another (bigger) catamaran ride back up the coast to Split as we make our way out of Croatia. Until then, ciao!
“Ness, don’t you just love the way the roads bend and turn here, so much smoother than Montenegro”
“Yes Paulie and have you noticed the sea has started to sparkle again since crossing the border?”
Basically, where we’re going with this, is that today Croatia could do no wrong!!!
Today’s lunch had actually been planned before we ...
... but as you go further inland, there is a thick covering of dense scrub. Alongside the river all the way, trees in full autumn colours....absolutely beautiful. Rural Bosnia did not look too dissimilar from inland Croatia - stone buildings, short stretches of vegetable patches, concrete houses built the hard way using formwork, poured in situ....no tilt slab here! Amongst the derelict stone houses, the freshly painted, more recently built looked ...
... waterproof camera. We walked down to the site for embarking our kayaks which was just outside the old town walls near the bus stop we arrived at. We were put into our dual kayaks with about 10 other kayaks on the trip with 3 guides who were interesting, young and enthusiastic. Turns out Brooke and Angie from our hostel in Hvar were also doing the trip which was cool. We headed off out through a small opening near the large fort and city walls before coming around ...