Valamar Club Dubrovnik
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- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
- Multilingual staff
- Kids pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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... moving around and it looked like he was dropping off to sleep all the time and then waking up.
We had to cross through two border crossings in and out of a town called Neum in what is called the Neum Corridor. Neum is the only coastal town in Bosnia and Herzegovina and it has 24.5 Kms of coastline, the country's only access to the Adriatic Sea. It splits Croatia into two sections.
Actually it was ...
... to Dubrovnik and through the 3 check point crossings again.
As we left Mostar the weather as predicted started to turn stormy and the closer we got to Dubrovnik the worse it got, you can see by the picture from the back of the bus how much rain had come down making the trip back to the ship by tender boat a bit if a concern, but it wasn't as bad as we thought it was going to be.
Anyway we will be in for a rocky night as the seas will be fairly rough.
... of time. Pity our bus wasn't. Ended up being about an hour and twenty minutes late but we eventually got into our seats for what we thought was going to be a nice bus trip into our next new country! But things can never be that easy when travelling and as soon as we sat down we were hit with the RANKEST milduey mould smell. I thought it was the bus but Jason pointed out that it was in fact the person behind us. It was too late to move as we had literally got the last seat free ...
... and wars, so many buildings have been rebuilt twice. We did see several piles of rubble and badly damaged buildings as we drove along. They were a grim reminder of the conflict with Bosnia when Yugoslavia broke into five separate countries in 1991. Our guide told us that over 18,000 of Croatia's population were either dead, missing or wounded - all for nothing. We noticed many policemen as we drove along. Apparently, Angella Merkel the ...
... mini supermarket (with fresh vegetables and fruit) right next door, and the main Cathedral square is less than 50 meters straight down the alley. It looks like people actually LIVE here, which is nice since Dubrovnik is a complete tourist trap.
I did finally make my vegetable dinner last night as well. I put onions and carrots and zucchini and potatoes and riced all together in a pot and let them simmer for about twenty minutes or so. It ...