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... supposed to bring out yer dead or get your ass to church.
The season made it easy to book a room at the Old Town Hostel, the hottest spot in town for the international crowd. They can hold 120 people in the summer in this 14th - 18th century Venetian Palazzo. It took that long to finish all the stories. We booked the "apartment" which has 3 beds and a kitchenette for all of $50 US. We sprung for Christmas. It's nicely decorated ...
... t feel well,...and she brought up some tea that promptly zapped the nausea I had been feeling for the last hour.
Kris and I were sitting on our little balcony talking when the most amazing smell came wafting up. OMG,....it smelled good. Within minutes, the manager (whose name I could never pronounce, and won't embarrass myself trying) brought up two large trays with a salad, French fries, bread, and two large trout on both ...
... As it takes over an hour, we decided not to do this climb, although the views might have made it worth while.
We walked around on our own for a while, going outside the walls to the shabbier side of town. Terry needed to use an ATM, and I stood guard. We wandered through the local market. The fish and meat were smelly, but the strawberries were huge and beautiful.
I wanted to walk on the walls, but a gypsy child ...
... the old town city walls. The start of the tour was precarious as the four of us crowded into this old, white van with no seat belts and with rickety old wheels. We thought it might have been a transfer to our actual van but no this was it. Our driver and tour guide was a big local guy who spoke good English but didn’t speak to much at first. One thing to note about Montenegrins is that they are actually the 2nd tallest race of people in the ...
... kill the time we found a coffee shop over the road and chilled
out on the footpath with some drinks. I
headed to find some food and stumbled upon a supermarket so bought some fruit
and water for the bus ride. At 11am we jumped on our bus and headed out of Dubrovnik by heading firstly
under the huge entry bridge to the city and turning south to head alongside the
city on the road that sits halfway up Mt Srd.
This road gave amazing views out over the ...