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Today was a day to explore the Old Town. We were on the wall at opening (8am) to avoid the crowds ( a very wise decision). The walk around the wall that surrounds the old town was spectacular...the morning sun over the sea also casting soft colours over the gorgeous old buildings and terra cotta roof tops it was perfect for lots of photo taking. We had a short interlude on the way around as we watched the ...
Today Dad had decided was the morning we should all learn to do Tai Chi. So having finished breakfast i came inside to see dad had set up a tai chi video on his ipad. With a lot of laughter dad, mum and I learnt how to walk slowly and greet eachother. IT WAS SO SLOW! Mum and I very quickly got bored and took control of the ipad and it ended up with us doing a pilates video, dad had walked off wounded and rejected about our distaste in his Tai Chi class, ...
Well not speaking their language should never stop friends from having a great time together.... so we headed down to the beach with our Russian Friends.
Hmmm.... we are perched in a lovely location - way up a steep mountainside offering us the most spectacular view of the harbour with all the small sailing boats, small motorized boats and also providing a lovely breeze. It is so pleasant we are sleeping with ...
... it ruin our day and pushed on because it turned out great.
I also realized I would have to wear one of those earphones plugged into the box that hangs around your neck. I had seen tour groups in Venice using these and I made fun of how stupid they looked, but a few days later, it was I using one too. It did help because it allowed us to hear everything the tour guide was saying really clearly.
Dubrovnik is ...
... arranged one through one of their partners. He walks us down a couple of booths. I look at Leo and say "this looks a little shady but I'm going with it." We move through the formalities of renting a car and he asks if we need a GPS for the special price of $10 a day. Of course I say we have no need - I am prepared. Leo looks at me quizzically; shockingly I stand firm. As we pay for the car, the total is 4,000 kuna. Not wanting to admit that ...