Lafodia Hotel & Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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. ...
... attractions than we probably would have if all was in our favour. Went through the Franciscan Monastery Museum which has a tranquil cloister with garden, old pharmacy and some amazing religious relics, some dating back to the 5th century. Kristina had booked us another wonderful restaurant tonight (thankfully with indoor seating as it was still blowing a gale) and we sat looking through glass at the sea, enjoying more local seafood and local wine) and darkness set ...
... can maybe begin to understand why I was so excited! Dubrovnik is among the ten best medieval walled cities in the world. It is a beautiful city, all in white, set against the deep blue backdrop of the Adriatic Sea. Inside the high walls are monasteries, cathedrals, and old houses and shops built of white stone with green shutters. There is one wide main street, and the rest of the Old Town is a maze of narrow streets.
We spent ...
... 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 ...
... and the stairs are manageable. . After sitting and taking everything in for a couple of hours, we wandered down to the Old Town (about a 5 minute walk down) but it was so hot we ended up just getting a sandwich and ice cream and dragged ourselves around the old town inside the castle walls. It was 80 degrees and inside the town there is no wind and it felt like we were a couple of burgers slow cooking in an oven. We went home via a ...