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... to figure out what the t-shirts they were all wearing said, and they were (in Slovak) "Catholic Youth: Invitation to Freedom." Not exactly sure what event that is, but hey, sounds cool.
After mass, I wandered around for a little bit. Ran into a Dominican and a Franciscan monastery, but they were both pay to enter, so I passed. I saw a lot of monasteries in Spain and I didn't feel like shelling out money to see something that looked ...
Not the best game, but with a good result, we emerged with a happy Jase, ready to explore the walled old town of Dubrovnik. Deciding not to pay the 90 Kuna (10 Euro) to climb the walls themselves, we set out to get the second best vantage points possible and climbed steep stairs, explored narrow alleys and circled the marina and harbour entrances, taking pics of the ...
... out that the pharmacy i went to pharmacy that was the oldest in Dubrovnik which was pretty cool. After the walking tour Janna and I went and had lunch in a little ally way and we shared a margarita pizza. We had a look through some of the local stalls and got an ice cream. After lunch we had an optional cruising around some of the Croatian islands tour. We all got on a boat and relaxed. At our first stop we all jumped off the boat into the water. It was very cold but ...
... further conversation and a few more pivos that we paid in cash for simplicity due to the lack electricity. I used my phone to play some mood music and we used the movie flash to make shadow puppets on the ancient walls. It was actually a very memorable experience. We picked up our tab as the power returned after a 30 minute dark spell and explored a very small amount before returning back home for Blanton's and sleep at our new apartment with a ...
... Next on the list for Dubrovnik was getting into the sea one last time. We were in luck as very near to our deluxe loft- I mean hostel- was a bunch of rocks that served as a sunbathing and jumping in point. I will admit that the rocks we ended up jumping off of were closer to sea level than I had pumped myself up for but we didn't really find a medium height point to launch from. After jumping in once I dove in- my technique is a lot rusty but boy did it ...