Holiday Resort Adriatic
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Our last day. Race day. We lined up next to the other Medsailors and raced, I'm not sure where we were racing to but we won.
There was no wind so the race ended when the other boats turned their motors on and cheated past us. We stopped for a swim and French toast for breakfast. Drowsy sea sick pills kicked in again and I woke up to a pod of dolphins and a burnt face.
We were almost back in Split, we could see the ...
... freshly grilled orada fish and veggies for lunch. We both agree it may be the best fish we've ever had. After lunch we headed over to the island of Lopud. During the brief sail/motor over, smoke started appearing out of the cabin. We ended up spending an hour or so on Lopud while they worked on the boat. Turns out the cooling system on the boat needed some work, but we made it back to Dubrovnik just fine. We had dinner at a vegetarian restaurant called Nishta, which was clearly ...
... pretty cloudy day, it was very atmospheric! We walked with Kelsey and Sam for a while having a look at restaurants (it turned out there was only one in the whole town that was open and served food!) then we went with Angus into the towns tiny supermarket. The boys bought a couple of beers each then we went along the towns little rocky beach and found a ledge overlooking the water to sit and drink on. We chilled there for a while, chatting ...
A slow start before a bus ride to the SW township of Lombarda, famous for it wine growing, sandy beaches (tho not all) and Roman ruins. The grape variety of Grk is only grown in the sandy soils of Lombarda, and is delicious. We purchased a bottle and are consuming it in the evening on our balcony looking out to the bay. The vineyards are tended by hand in care and in harvesting. No major mechanical devices in sight. ...
... br> We met up with Antonia again in the late afternoon and followed the pathway along the coast and into the town centre. After another informative and interesting walking tour we were free to explore. Following the coastline further around I found bay after bay with lovely pebbled beaches and once again people taking advantage of any space they could find on a rock to throw down their towel.
Back in the town square I followed a narrow alleyway ...