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Travel Blogs from Herceg-Novi
... water has not evaporated for the salt to form. A first since I think the 1970s. We then continued on weaving around the very narrow windy roads that are cut into the sides of the mountains up and over the mountains to the Peljesac Peninsula ...on to the town of Orebic. Where we caught the ferry across to Korcula. Korcula was peaceful ( probably not in the summer months) and quaint ....the old town surrounded by a wall and similar to Dubrovnik on a much much lesser scale...churches ...
... met us - they had climbed more than 1300 steps! Alex and I went and had a light lunch in a cafe before meeting up with everyone back on the ship's deck for sail away. After a few drinks I went back to our room for a nap while Alex went to Explorations Cafe for coffee and to do some reading. We enjoyed a lazy night in with room service tonight. Three weeks into our holiday, Alex and I are really missing our fur babies Bella and Bruno ...
... living in such a steep medieval townscape. We watched some burly young men carrying gas bottles up several, very steep steps in Fort Lawrence. They obviously do this kind of thing on a regular basis however even they were huffing! Above the town on the walls, looking down there is an absolute sea of humanity moving up and down the main drag known as the Stradun. Also from this viewpoint the many church steeples are clearly ...
... where Jarrad and I had some chats while it started to really **** down with rain. On our way back to the boat we bumped into Isaac and Gem who were wandering the streets, we thought we were the only ones up so we joined them before heading back to the boat for a sleep.
Our third day on the boat was much nicer than the last. We were headed to Hvar, the old town Stari Grad. We enjoyed a really nice swim spot in the bay before docking in port around 2. The day's ...
The next morning we loaded up on giant nectarines and pastries from the local fresh produce market below our accommodation, before dropping off our luggage and checking in for Sail Croatia. A quick trip to the supermarket for essentials like Li-Lo's and lollies and we were back on the boat for our first official lunch and an opportunity to meet the rest of the crew. A hearty 3 course lunch was served and kicked off with a shot ...
Other places to stay in Herceg-Novi
Njivice, Herceg-Novi | Hotelfrom $98
Ul. Sveta Bubala bb, Herceg-Novi | 4 star hotelfrom $110
Njegoseva 111a, Herceg-Novi | Hotelfrom $64
Setaliste 5 Danica 98, Herceg-Novi | 4 star hotelfrom $118
Save Kovacevica 64, Herceg-Novi | Hotelfrom $181
Herceg-Novi | Hotelfrom $94