Bacan Serviced Apartments
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Yet another enjoyable breakfast with the usual delicious start to the day.
Hard to believe today is my 100th blog entry! I'm very pleased that I've kept the blog going. Wouldn't have a hope of remembering what order we did things in otherwise!
Not too much to write about this week as we enjoy some serious downtime and relaxing. And it's oh so good!
We decided to go to Cavtat today….about another ...
... PS As we write this it is 6.30pm in the evening and 34 degrees!! Fortunately we are sitting by the sea and there is an occasional sea breeze.
At the end of an incredible winding steep fiord al on the Dalmatian coast, is the old town of Kotor in Montenegro. It is relatively new to tourism judging by the few souvenir and other shops there and the many little local squares and dark alley streets. It's charm lies in its location and the beauty of the sail in to the port. I got up at 5.30 with many others to capture the sunrise as we steamed very slowly up the ...
... two over and over. Drying off in the sun, we jump back on the bikes, cycling past the most beautiful scenery - the colour of the water is just incredible, Croatia I love you! Arriving in Soline, its a quick stop for gelato and catch a small boat across to the other side of the inlet for a mere 15 kuna (bikes and all), and cycle back another hour back to the boat.
Zared, Cam and Chris have not left the boat and spent the afternoon ...
... than what we see everywhere in this country.
Croatia isn't perfect - any place as gorgeous as this attracts scores of tourists, and more and more cruise ships, especially to Dubrovnik. I've seen the situation worsen as Croatia has grown in popularity with North Americans since the first time I was here, in 2006 - it's painfully obvious when the cruise ships are in, and the Pile Gate, the main entrance to Dubrovnik's Old Town, is ...