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... 5 hour layover at the Zagreb airport and were braced for it. As we arrived I saw that this was a tiny airport - the wait should be fun. As we walked through the terminal I swear I saw a park and grass and trees through the doors - hallucination I assumed. We checked out flight and then reached for the doors and a typical Canadian fall day welcomed us. A warm wind blew and we were surrounded my large trees with colored leaves. There was ...
... up on its own island. 'Carp Diem' was a cool, open aired nightclub with a couple of bars, dance floors, swimming pools and a pizza place. The entry fee was 100 kuna which also got you your water taxi to and from the island. If not for the ridiculously over priced drinks it would've been awesome! It was the equivalent of AU$16 for one vodka. Crazy! By this point, we were without a Sail Croatia rep permanently on board due to our beloved Roko falling ill. We were finding out ...
... centric town!
A highlight of our trip was a visit to the War Photo Limited exhibition. It was an immensely powerful experience that followed through on it’s intention to “expose the myth of war… to let people see war as it is, raw, venial, frightening, by focusing on how war inflicts injustices on innocents and combatants alike”. This was achieved as the consequences of conflict were revealed through imagery that was at times quite ...
... cross a bridge of what seemed like it could have water running underneath it. There was a wooden bridge with large chains that very much resembled a drawbridge. Inside is the quaint little city with marble streets and large, gorgeous churches. It was a short day in port so there was not much time for more than lunch and exploring the streets of Dubrovnik. For us, that was fine. We had a drink on the marina and called it a ...
... over the keys to the city to the French army as protection against the Russians. The Ragusan Republic was able to maintain their independence from the Venetians and then the Ottomans as skilful traders and diplomats. Their motto was Libertas - freedom.
We walked around in the main street of the old city in the late afternoon and had a coffee. It is spectacular, just what one would imagine a walled medieval coastal ...