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... even skinnier! Our accommodation is up on the hill with a local lady whose family has owned the property for many years. She lives downstairs, and rents the upstairs rooms (8 in total). It's nice accommodation - clean and a good size. But the biggest draw card of this place - are the incredible views!!!!! She welcomed us with a welcome drink of a local drink - Carob liqueur , and damn it was strong but delicious.
Our first mission was of course ...
Everyone on the boat woke up feeling a little down that our sailing trip was coming to an end. We motored back towards Split, stopping at a beautiful bay for one last swim in the ocean and a mammoth lunch where we used up all the food we had left! We bid farewell to our newfound friends back at the marina in Split and started our journey to Dubrovnik. Medsailors arranged our transfer so we were driven in a car along with ...
A slow and relaxed last day in Dubrovnik. Well maybe not quite so relaxed in the 3 hours we spent in the War Photo Museum. The exhibitions here were brilliant in their photograph journalist style and the gripping narrative that graphically and emotionally showed the wars /conflicts across Africa, Middle East and Europe in the last 20 years, with a particular focus on Croatia. Still photography is so powerful, and ...
... evening we caught a local bus and went into the Old Town and walked the city walls as the sun began to sink. Despite being quite a strenuous walk in the warm summer air, the scenery was spectacular. We saw numerous watercraft scooting across the sea, an aerial view of the city, glimpses into back gardens and the private lives of Dubrovnikians, multi level ancient buildings, boys diving from rocks high above the sea and ...
... and kayaks were going in and out as groups. We were put in as group 2 but I had to go to the toilet, so we were put in group 3 (it was a nice toilet though so it was wroth it!). We learnt to practise the strokes and technique with an instructor with the rest of our group - about ten other people - and off we went. He guy said he would go slow but off he went! Mum and I were left in the dust with our arms aching. ...