Dubrovnik Holiday Apartments
Travel Blogs from Dubrovnik
... two bottles to share with everyone when we get back home! Our day ended with lunch at a restaurant overlooking the sea! We had spaghetti and risotto, both with mussels (this area is famous for their mussel and clam farms as it is for its salt production) along with white wine...it was delicious!!! We had a great time driving up the coast and sampling many wines and liqueurs thought the day as well as taking in incredible ...
... 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 ...
... any english, so it appeared that Spanish and Italian should work
here. We found out that they are going to Albania, so we were happy to
finally reach Shkoder, our next stop! Italian guys were like kids
lauging all the time, they bought food for everybody and drinks, we
played cards and had lots of fun, we went through unbelievable nature of
Montenegro, we stopped to see around, and we again promised to come ...
... lake (the dead sea) were we all managed a swim/paddle. The kids highlight was, sadly, playing on the outdoor fitness centre equipment.
After taking the ferry back to town we went looking for the, very well hidden, entrance to the most incredible beach café we've ever seen. Slabs of concrete tucked into the rocks, clinging onto the side of the hill, ...
... brandy and there delicious lemon beer.
The first city we stopped in was Sibinek where we managed to get our car towed! Wasn't cool getting up in the morning and seeing our car wasn't where we had parked it. Good start to the trip!!
A trip to the police and tow yard was not on the cards, but had to be done.
Krka and Plitvice Lakes were breath taking. The waterfalls, lakes, ponds over miles of land were so picturesque. The water is crystal ...