Hotel Bokeljski Dvor
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The storm of the previous night had been fierce and the cover to Bruce's bike had come off during the night and the strap had completely ripped off. Fortunately it had been noticed by the hotel staff and they had kindly brought in Bruce's waterproofs which were sitting unsecured under the cover. We were away pretty promptly as we knew we had …
... due to the fleecing that took place the evening before and drank draught beer whilst men and boys tried to out flip each other with each turn into the Sea. Dinner was amazing and a fitting end to our Croatian trip with fresh caught, grilled Adriatic Fish the order of the day as we extended our top 10 moments to a top 15 to include all the great things we have achieved in the last ...
... Kotor. He is in his early 20's and this is his first cruise ship posting. As we were nearing his village on the way out Captain Carl told him to call his parents and see where they were. They were down at the lighthouse waiting for the ship to pass. Captain Carl asked all the passengers to wave to his parents as we went past and then sounded the ship's horns as we passed. A lovely moment to welcome him to the ...
... Our guide told us during the Croatian war it had been shot down and the people from Dubrovnik started panicking as they feared the Croatian stronghold had been taken. Quickly, a new cross was erected by the soldiers to signify they were still safe. The cross has since been replaced but is now a visible reminder of the freedom that was won during the Croatian war. Our guide recounted how she was only six when the war broke out and she states all the children were put in the same room ...
... the tour.
It was a very enjoyable
time; we travelled from Kotor through a large tunnel (through the mountains) to
another town called Budva. We learnt about, not only the town’s history, but
also the very long history of Montenegro, with references to events that
occurred around 500 BCE to the time when it gained its own independence in
2006. However, please don’t ask us to provide details – there was a lot ...