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This was a great hotel, ideally priced andthe staff very helpful and spoke good English. You can walk to most things and the rooms are modern and spacious. If you can pay a little bit extra to get a room with a view over the Adriatic, and with spa it's definitely worth it.
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... for some delicious cuts for our barbecue.
Well they had livers, plenty of hearts, lots of organs of some sort, tongue… this wasn’t what we expected! But then as we moved along the meat counter we then started to recognise some chicken and sausages, so settled for those, as they looked slightly more edible than the local offerings!
Back at base, we had a delicious meal looking out to sea whilst ...
Another wet day so we drove around the lagoon through Kotor, Perast and the onto Herceg Novi far west. The old town of Perast was lovely but Herceg Novi was much more built up and looks run down compared to all the new developments going up in Port ...
... settings there being huge contrasts and lots of glare. At ground level, the laneways are very narrow. Re bright orange 20th century tiles underneath.When on the wall and looking down over the city,none can truly appreciate even more just how narrow they are! As you walk, it is easy to see that nearly two thirds of Dubrovnik's roofs have been replaced since the bombings destroyed the ancient tiles. Some of the buildings have managed ...
... start to the day because of bad weather. It meant we spent the morning swimming at Omis in choppy water off the beach. We didn't get going until after lunch and all our swim stops were cancelled. Our second night was to be spent at Makarska. At Makarska we were to have a pirate party on our boat, so once we docked we headed to the markets to buy various items for our costumes. We walked around the markets and I bought an eye patch, I already had a stripy shirt, captains ...
... Old Town walls we were seated overlooking the Adriatic Sea under shading umbrellas. A few cold ciders and a couple of green lizards basking on rocks later we met with Kaz, who was joining us on Sail Croatia. With the heat taking its toll we did a quick mission back by bus to our room to gather up our togs and towel before meeting back and swimming in a small bay full of locals who had beached there all there life (some for many generations). Meeting ...