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Travel Blogs from Cavtat
... therapy garden", a walkway planted with trees and extensive hard court playing areas. Our junior teachers would be very envious of all three schools outside play areas for their infant classes. Cobblers Lane in particular was a great example of this with a large colourful covered area off the classrooms which extended onto a creative play zone with lots of timber huts and raised areas to explore. The newest of the schools De Lacy Primary Academy is still early on in its development. ...
... washing of the waves against the beach, the Mediterranean breeze caressing the olive plantations, and the insects and crickets chirping. That Friday night I repeated the dose of mussels and this time coupled with a mind-blowing squid ink risotto, a bottle of white wine, and raki as a digestive (fruit liquor). I would easily rate this meal amongst the top 20 in my life (side note: there's this restaurant in Damascus, Syria, called Naranj, where I had one of the ...
Croatia here we come!
I love it here the people are friendly and
have a great sense of humor.
After a marathon effort driving by Adam and
the hot box we arrive in Cavtat very
hot, sweaty and ugly. We look at a couple of apartments for rent which are not
quite right. The girl at the tourist office calls up Pero who takes us to his
apartment which is well priced, ...
... of all types from a sailing galleon to kayaks.
We stopped for a drink at one of the little stalls up on the wall and then continued circumnavigating, stopping at east every 10 metres to take another photo just so we have proof of what to us was an unbelievable concept. These walls that originated in the 7th century have been rebuilt, modernised and have defended this city through many wars the most recent of which was only twenty years ago in 1991-1992.
With this ...
... feats from centuries ago never cease to amaze me, the workmanship is just exquisite.
The panorama offered from the top of the walls was a sea of terracotta tiles, a blend of the old and the new, some buildings having escaped the bombings of the early 1990’s. The contrast of beige and terracotta was broken only by the occasional green of a terrace garden (and sprinkling of bright umbrellas). A couple in our party could not contain their inner Sinatra ...