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Travel Blogs from Dubrovnik
beautiful sunny day, our awaited "vacation day"! We did
not set the alarm and had a late breakfast then headed down the hill
toward town to wander and maybe find a boat ride. As we entered the
town we ran into Jerry and his daughter Sue. Jerry is 82 years old
... itself was shelled in spite of it's status as a UNESCO World Heritage site - and the entire area was under siege for nine months, without power and without any consistent method of getting supplies. Our host, who has lived in Dubrovnik her whole life, tells of dead people lying in the streets. It is so hard to imagine now, as we walk though this beautiful, modern city lined with palm trees and restaurants overlooking glistening blue seas - that, ...
... to get this view back on the city, down onto the city, and just to see it from this perspective. It's humbling to know all the damage that was caused just 20 years ago in the siege of this city, and how it defended itself (quite handy to be such a fortress!).
Once down from the wall, we bee-lined for the public fountain and gulped a couple litres of water – then we went to a couple excursions places, and managed ...
... day for what was our final full day of the trip. After one final swim and floating on the ocean on our blow-up lilos, we were back where it all started – Split. Felt kinda weird to be back there again. Had already seen most of the sights in the city, so just spent the afternoon wandering around the old town and relaxing. In the evening, Aric, Jess, Tom, Gus and I ventured out for dinner. I had an entire bass, and Guzzler Gus had ...
... after a stroll around I got it into my head that we would be able to get Grk (the wine I loved from Korcula). The mission was set, a couple of shops, a couple of recommendations for bars and we found it! A little unassuming wine bar down one of the side alleys served it by the glass or bottle. It was our last night in Croatia and we were running low on Kunas, luckily Gary was understanding and encouraged me to have one last holiday fling!
We had ...