Hotel Lopudski Dvori
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Dubrovnik is an amazing city and I was happy to spend night there. Unfortunately I still had to organize bus tickets and accommodation. Leaving our backpacks with Jason and Jess at a café while they looked at booking flights to Greece, we made it to the bus station. Without too much hassle we booked bus tickets to Kotor for the next day. Next stop somewhere to sleep for the night! Back on a bus to ...
... for some lunch and a few afternoon swims – the water was surprisingly cool today! But refreshing as always. Afterwards we pulled up anchor and swung around to the next bay which was the island of Lopud, another small port but good for a walk around and nosey. We settled in a nice beachside bar for a couple brews ;)
We then went back to the boat and had our last dinner on board with everybody, including a bottle ...
... catch the ferry to Lopud Island. This was going to be our home base for the next week and from there we would be going out on Kayak expeditions as well as some days of water sports and assorted activities. We were not really sure what was in store, but Trip Advisor said the company was pretty good and the trips seemed family friendly. We also were not sure where we were really supposed to meet our tour group. The e-mail said...11:00 AM ...
... and was a big Game of Thrones fan so he could show me where all the various scenes were filmed.
It was a pretty good tour when he wasn't getting offtrack about how whites are losing their power or conspiracies about banks, or how much he hated his traveling companions or other crazy ****. He was probably the first person I've met on this trip I didn't like. Dubrovnik is pretty boring and the only thing worth doing is walking along ...
... to load up was reinforced when I saw the bus driver doing the same. So I bought some Balkan liquors while Steph snapped pictures of the sunset. We hopped back on the bus and soon we were in Dubrovnik.
Our first day in Dubrovnik we walked the city walls, a must for anyone visiting the city. These walls were erected when Dubrovnik was its own independent republic and had to be on high alert at all times for attacks from the Turks. Obviously those days are ...