Dubrovnik Holiday Apartments
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... had proven to be true many times throughout history. Today the island is home to botanical gardens, several beaches, an old fortress and in following with the curse no hotels. After the sweet, sweet relief of a break Ryan and I picked up our paddles again to make the final push back to Dubrovnik. It was not pretty, Ryan having to stop paddling several times and myself starting to feel seasick from the rising and falling ...
... front and put it on to their own head and finally on 5 they had to do the ‘hold the ****** and shake the pelvis’ Michael Jackson impersonation whilst shouting ‘Hoo-oo’ in a falsetto voice!! This was fast paced and to make things interesting the numbers were not called in sequence. To complicate matter the numbers were also called in Italian!! Yes, my friends, the Animation Team were back. This is what had been missing. It was simple, ...
... way to rest my arms). From a balcony above I heard someone say ‘Jessica’ I looked up and knew I had reached the hostel! But the stairs didn’t stop there…after checking in he said he would take me to my room, we both grabbed one end of my bag each and once again trekked all the way down the steep stairs right back to the bottom of the town centre…basically where I had originally started before going up the top! At least I had done my work ...
... up our soap and quilted toilet paper supply…I mean, to meet them for drinks, then we would walk to a nearby local restaurant for lunch which they had booked for our arrival.
We initially thought it would be strange seeing family on the trip since we have become so used to eachothers company every day but as soon as we saw them it was instantly like we were at home, except a lot hotter and with a lot less ...
It is often the little things that can rightly be described as idyllic or perfect. Like this morning's stop for breakfast.
We were up promptly and took our leave of the adorable Mr Peric with more hugs and hand shakes. Our plan for today was to eschew the dynamic A1 in favour of the slower, twistier coastal road to Dubrovnik, and so enjoy all the sights of the sea at a more leisurely pace. We stopped at a bakery in a small town to purchase breakfast bread and pastries, ...