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... made out of the local white stone worked by local stone
masons. The walls and the floors are all white stone and the roves red tile.
All the windows are shuttered ,mostly with white wood shutters.
We took a
walk along the main and actually only road all along the harbor. There was a
delightful old lady walking along who looked so traditional that we would have
loved a photo. I refuse to point cameras at people without ...
... ride to the mainland. So picturesque. I chatted with a friendly chap from Perth, Australia on tour with a group. I loved listening to his accent. Following the signs, we drove on the highway south for 2 hours. It was a beautiful country drive with patches to larger areas of "farms" growing oranges, olives, apples, tomatoes, tangerines and potatoes. We stopped at one of the roadside stands and bought ...
... Dubrovnik around 5:30, settled in to the hotel then for walk to the old town centre where it was absolutely bustling so we decided to eat dinner in a seafood restaurant in the old port (that Tajna, our intrepid leader had put us on to). What a view to eat dinner to! Looking forward to doing some exploring in the daylight ...
... left Split on our boat, Sika, complete with 5 Kiwis (Terri, Bryce and Craig + 2 others), one Aussie and two Americans. Being a small yacht, there was only one crew member, but the Irish guy delivered on all fronts, skippering, cleaning, cooking and most importantly partying (he has gained the nickname of "Slurms the party worm" from other skippers at Med Sailors).
The days on ...
... and reading about how that commitment has played out over the years has been inspiring
The vista along the marble paved Stradun is amazing - and when the reflected sunshine becomes too much, the narrow side-streets and lane ways offered shade and a chance to cool off. We stopped to check mail and try the local beer in one of these lane way cafes and the local lass who served us told us that ...