Dubrovnik Holiday Apartments
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... Old Town we heard a 'Hello, Caleb, Robert and Christine'... Who in the heck could this be. It was Grant, our neighbour from Santorini...we knew we were both headed this way though we did the week in Turkey first. He is moving on to Split too so I am sure we will run in to him too. He is a very chill, earthy person whose thoughts on rain are to do a happy dance with a happy heart. Christine can't imagine how someone can be so chill. ...
... was how many freakin stairs there was!! This mission was one that I nearly gave up in the middle of the streets and just sat on my bag until I was magically in my room. Firstly the rain wasn’t helpful, but I could deal with that….it was cooling me down. Dubronvik was founded in the 7th century and is also know as ‘The Pearl of the Adriatic’. Old town is the central area of Dubrovnik and is where all the action happens. It was ...
... 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 ...
... and may lovely homes and hotels just out of the old town. One of the hotels was the most expensive in Croatia costing an eye watering 7,000 euros a day complete with butlers, private pool and million dollar views. The building was historically a palace build for a turkish mistress of a famous king from near Croatia. As we headed out further we rounded a small headland that led us to a huge cave with calm waters and an exit point. We rowed ashore and ditched our ...
... so Raewyn drove the car while I went ahead in the bus until I could find a wide enough place to stop off the road. We drove around Split to the coast road to Trogir. The traffic was heavy with a two-lane highway. As we were travelling about 30 odd km, we decided it was easier to just carry on driving the two vehicles separately. Consequently when we booked in at the campsite a few km north of Trogir, ...