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... a forty minute break we were back in the kayaks making the long trek to Lokrum Island. As we rounded the first corner of the island our guide cautioned us that we would be approaching a nude beach and to advert our eyes as it would not be super models basking in the sun. It must have been too cool for nude sun bathing as we did not see any exhibitionists on the beach. By this time in the journey Ryan's back was aching and ...
... pretzels and beer steins strategically strewn around the deck for effect. Daisy was hosting the noughts and crosses where you had to battle your wits against her. She was the pretzel (representing the ‘O’) and the challenger was the beer stein (representing the ‘X’). I watched about 6 or 7 games. The slogan should be ‘C’mon down where no-one’s a loser…no-one’s a winner but more importantly no-one ...
... a medieval city years ago but was severely damaged by an earthquake in 1667 and again through war in the 1990’s. Through all this Dubrovnik still managed to preserve its history and the beauty of Old Town. In 1979, the city of Dubrovnik joined the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.
So I walked through the gates of Old Town and headed to the centre, always asking for directions along the way. I came across 2 locals who advised me to enter the other side ...
“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 ...
... serious note.
By the end of our circuit, we were in great need of food and drink, so we returned to the broad, marbled Main Street for a further dose of beer and ice cream. We chatted at great length to a lovely honeymooning Irish couple, and exchanged tales and experiences. We became a bit stuck in the cafe, because further rain and tempest ensued, so we were forced to exchange a bit more beer. One of the many alley cafes provided us with some ...