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... the area. We soon cooled ourselves down with all the locals, then retreated to the bar for a few drinks. The water again was so clean and swimming was such a pleasure. On the way back to the boat, we stopped at the Hotel Sipan for a few more coldies. This time the girls tried out the local Pina Coladas, and given the silly looks and giggles, one can only suggest they enjoyed them. I tried out a Virgin Pina Colada, and the reaction was nowhere near ...
... of Thrones. GoT tours and memorabilia were everywhere. My favorite exhibition/tour was the War Photo Museum. The exhibition uses photography to expose the horrors of war by focusing on the impact it has on the innocent. In my next life, I'd like to do something like that. For now, I'll stick to photographing abandoned schools and gyms. After two nights in Dubrovnik, my time in Croatia had come to an end. On to ...
... old town is so small that it can be ventured through within a short period, so I went a little further outside the walls and walked down the street a bit. I came across some hotels and shops, and even strolled past a couple beaches, empty of course. I bet the summertime here is great. After awhile I grabbed some lunch, which was the best news of the day, because I actually found a burrito place! Oh a burrito sounded so good at this point, and to top ...
... see a great view if Swiss like mountains and a waterfall. From here it was a short drive to Pisar where we stopped once again for some photos and had to run from the parking inspector.. We finally reached Kotar and noticed the the ancient walls up in the hill and decided we had to go and check it out. After about an hour of finding a park and almost getting into fights over parking spots we found a place to park the olive oil. The old town was really beautiful. We ...
As briefly mentioned in the last Split blog, we got the bus from the MedSailor marina straight down to Dubrovnik. Slight hiccup that the bus had **** all aircon, so I was sweating my balls off the whole way. We had a quick stop in what turned out to be Bosnia since there is a little stretch of the coast that belongs to Bosnia, with Croatia on both sides... Main thing was that it slowed us down as we had to go through the border twice! A couple of sodas and ...