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... sure enough after a few days we received a knock at the cabin: ‘I believe you have a problem with your cabin, sir’
‘No, I don’t think so’ I replied.
‘Your blue book is missing?’ I wouldn't call it a problem. The manager came in and proceeded to check all the drawers. He then said, ‘leave it with me’.
2 minutes later the cabin steward arrived with a new blue book. He once again ...
... We also found an awesome wine bar run by an Aussie guy (thanks for the tip Kyles and GG) who was very passionate about his wine (and beer). Funky little place with great tunes, sensational cheese platters and gorgeous wine in tasting floats. Easily wiled away a couple of hours. Another top tip was a sensational sushi bar, some of the best and most creative sushi I’ve ever had. There was literally mountains of ice-cream in every second shop you ...
... and wished each other the best. I had an early flight the following morning so I booked a single room closer to the airport to make life easier. The accommodation was clearly self rated….not the best of places but had every thing I needed to get organised. The owner was a few screws loose but was nice enough, even came all the way back from doing his family grocery shopping when I called him because I had locked myself in the room….yep not sure how I ...
... is about the best for ferry information it turns out. We got the 10.30 catamaran from Hvar to Korcula, another island that looks like a much smaller and quieter Hvar Town. We had just enough time for lunch before getting our 4 hour ferry to Dubrovnik at 14.00 hours. The sea view from our lunch stop was really picturesque, exactly what you would imagine when thinking of a Croatian island. The ferry journey ...
... a wing and prayer. Their joy and relief at getting a lift was most entertaining, and they helped the journey hurry by. They were thrilled to partake of Kropla Beskidu fizzy water and Hit biscuits, and it was interesting and fun to share tales from Poland.
Arrivals in new towns and the hunt for our accommodation can be a bit stressy. Dubrovnik proved to be particularly so, with steep hills and narrow streets; although our initial sighting of the walls and fort was awesome. ...