Grand Hotel Orebic
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- Swimming pool
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... We walked around a bit then headed back to Dubrovnik. I was not prepared for this place. Every where we've traveled before, the ancient towns are crumbling but Dubrovnik has been beautifully restored. One can walk the entire town wall in about an hour but to ascend to it you have to navigate over 700 stairs (it's a gigantic wall). Our guide took us through ...
I woke up this morning when the boat stopped moving and was just rocking in the water with the engine off. I went outside to see what was happening and realised we had stopped for a swim! People were already in the water! I watched for a bit, then went to get my bathers on and went back out and up to the top deck. Apparently you have to jump in from the top of the boat if you want to go swimming! I got up there, and it was really scary! I ...
... was rewarded with fresh picked figs by the roadside entering Polace. I had to drag Michael away to push him in the water for the swim we planned for at the end of the very hot ride. There we many spots including in front of our house where you could go swimming. Dinner was all we hoped for and more. Sitting on their little terrace we were served slow 'bell' cooked octopus and potatoes, and grilled fish and salad. All caught ...
... Unfortunately, none of the young men were paid enough to dive from the bridge while we were there. Many of the buildings were damaged during the war and you can see shrapnel marks on many of the walls. We had a guide who told us a
of about the history of the area and took us to some of the places of interest in town, including the bridge.
Tomorrow we leave Dubrovnik to commence our drive up the coast to Split.
... wheels in a wild attempt to get back to the main street. "Sorry!" he shouts to a stooped nun who leaps from the driveway. "It's around here somewhere..."
He tries another turn. Another. And another. One leads down a dirt path to a field; turning left from there, we see the blurry outline of a gate materialize from the Balkan night.
It's here. This castle.
My mother, two weeks ago, on hearing that I was so close ...