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... taxi and has to go to end end on queue and wait for the next tender in the heavier rain. We all laugh!
The ride back to the ship is difficult, the boatswain (bosun) can't find it until they turned on the lights.
We finally board the ship.
As someone said, its this or nothing. We are satisfied with our day.
Jeannette can't join us for dinner, but is able to choose from the Vista menu for room service. She enjoys her meal in the silence of isolation.
... We were also told how these walls helped protect citizens and buildings during the seige of Dubrovnik in 1992. Almost 70 percent of the building were damaged in someway, had it not been for the ancient walls it would have been alot worse.
After our time in the town we head out for our last Croatian meal and watched a thunderstorm roll in before packing our bags for Bosnia and Herzegovina. ...
We have finally arrived in Dubrovnik and are staying in an apartment outside of the old town. Dubrovnik has the original castle walls and towers that surround the old town. We took many pictures of the old town. Everyday the olden day soldiers would walk through the main road in the old town and play the drums. It was cool.There are lots of churches, museums and palaces ...
Well it isn't raining and it isn't cold but it is overcast. After breakfast at the hotel and many unsuccessful calls on Viber to my Sister I walked into the Old Town. It is just over 2 km I think so not bad and not too hilly. I wandered the streets window shopping and then found the bar that TripAdvisor suggested was the best place to see the sun set. Of course I am way too early for that but good view to enjoy while drinking a glass of wine. Stopped at ...
... Lokrum Island. It sounded quite relaxing and as has been like previous days, we cursed ourselves by claiming a relaxed day. Alas, it was not relaxing; it was really, really f**king hard. In the end we powered through about three and a half hours of sea kayaking, pushing through strong tides and also went about two kilometres extra in misdirection due to my poor ability to keep the kayak straight.
All the extra energy burnt ...