Lafodia Hotel & Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... to not tip over. Was happy to find out that these were very rough conditions and not normal. Finally made it to the beach and my body settled down - blood flowing to all limbs and feeling good again. After storing our gear, cleaned up and went to a family's home for a lovely home cooked meal. Many people commented on how they didn't even recognize me as I was so pale and looked like death. ...
... and my thigh and butt muscles were sore at the end. But so worth it! Tori and I explored a cool museum and then headed back to the hotel to rest before dinner. Prof D decided that we should head back to Zadar a day early due to the weather, so we loaded up this morning and headed out. As soon as we hit the road, the sun came out. We stopped ...
DAY 230–233 – 17/08/13-20/08/13 – SPLIT – DUBROVNIK
On the way to Dubrovnik we were treated to an encore of the Makarska Riviera as once again we snaked up and down the rocky cliff faces of the road. This is a drive that we could never get sick of. The only thing that could top off this coastline would be the jewel of the Croatian crown, Dubrovnik. This small city has been enchanting travellers for the past ...
... Day one was done. Lots of swim stops along the way, a beauty beach, and some Croatian beer. Tough life, but someone has to do it.
Day 2 was also supposed to be a short paddle for us and we were supposed to be seperating from "Team British Isles", but we told Geevo and Radivan we wanted to do the full paddle. We switched to two double kayaks, Aiden with me, Caleb with Mom and ended up having a nice relaxing paddle for the full ...
... negotiated the border crossings with very little time spent at each crossing. The driver was very pleased with himself and his four years of driving as a professional guide showed at each crossing. There were a total of three crossings each way because of a 90km section of the coastline that is Bosnian. At Mostar, part of the tour was a guided tour of the town. Our guide, Claudia, was great, she gave us the history of the multiple conflicts that have surrounded this little town over ...