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Travel Blogs from Cavtat
... a washing machine and a Frizerski Salon which his wife runs.
This is Perfffect and immediately book in
for a make over. After a shower, they
wash my crusty locks and give me a head massage. The girl that has been
allocated my transition asks what I want, by waving scissors in my direction. I
say all off and show her a picture of Gwyneth Paltrow on my phone, when she ...
... put a stamp on my passport upon entry from Skopje. I was calm all throughout the ordeal bcoz I know that I didn't do anything wrong. After 10 mins, the let me go. Pffft!
Arrived in Kotor at 6am. I think I only managed to get 2 hrs of sleep. Met Blaine, a Canadian girl, on a the same bus ride. While waiting 2 hrs for the hostel to open, we ordered espresso w/ milk in a nearby cafe.
Kotor is a very nice quaint town. Touristy - saw 2 cruise ships on the harbour.
... all the tourist groups have arrived, it is peaceful. The streets a wide and amazingly clean, especially compared to some of the bigger Italian cities. What a pleasant place to be. We find ourselves a cafe because one of us needs to satisfy their caffeine demons and the place we choose, just outside the old city overlooks the old port and is shaded by a magnificent pine tree....... gorgeous! We admire the view whilst having our drinks and plan our day. We decide that the walk around ...
We took a side trip to the island of Lokrum partially to get away from the cruise ship and bus tour crowds in Dubrovnik partly to explore garden areas with mom. It was hot and the boat trip was cool on several levels, it was a glass bottom boat. It made some people a little queasy to look at it :-). They have an arboretum on the island and lots of places for ...
... the bar (where you would espresso and so forth) that is set up like a European bakery. It is really fun, actually. I got Bryan a chocolate croissant yesterday, just because I could. :)
We walked out onto the promenade and watched as the shore drew nearer and the colors richened out of the haze. We snapped some photos and amused ourselves trying to figure out where old town and the city walls might be. Then it was time to apply some sunscreen (even Bryan ...