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Yesterday we went to the Old Town in Dubrovnik in glorious weather ☀️ where we walked around the wall. Brilliant views and great photo opportunities. We found the perfect spot for Skipper and Mr Howell III after they shipwrecked our beautiful boat ⛵️ (see photo). After the exploring we stopped for a lovely lunch in the new town - had the nicest waiters! From there it was off to ...
... her way back from holidays with her husband, Marijan, so they stopped in briefly to say hello.
When Zdenka and her husband, left, it was time to visit Didda’s sister’s daughter (Draz’s first cousin). She lived back where Bubba’s house is. When we arrived, we were met by her Daughter. We stayed for about two hours talking etc, before heading back home and then into town for a look ...
... day and night. We didn't know anything about it but we were quite lucky as we could attend multiple traditional music and dance shows, we nibbled on tasteful little things on the promenade, and despite the crowds it was a lovely evening.
And then there's the other evening, the one of which we don't have any picture. It was the last evening of Petra's holiday, we were finishing the food we had in the hostel fridge by making little sandwiches. We had vaguely ...
... stopped in a chemist for conditioner and deodorants on the way back to the hostel. When we were back, we spent the rest of the day being as lazy as we could! We wifi'd, watched TV, watched a movie about vampires, chilled out, played games, snoozed and chatted with Gorana. When dinnertime rolled around, we had an apple each, then I cooked up two eggs worth of scrambled eggs and we had some chocolate ...
The day began at 8.00am with a tour of the old part of Zadar, a peninsula surrounded on three sides by the sea. The city's main square, or Forum, was dominated by the ninth century St Donat's Church, a hulking cylinder of stone set among Roman ruins. Everywhere we turned was another church opening onto a square lined with umbrella fronted cafes. Churches seemed to be competing for space with modern shops and cafes. Zadar was crushed in WWII and the more recent ...
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