Travel Blogs from Dubrovnik
... and lukewarm. We kayaked round Lokrum Island and into a small cave next door to the nudist part of the island - nicknamed sausage beach for obvious reasons! We stopped on the mainland at another small pebbly beach and snorkelled, and then headed back. We were having trouble with an older, perhaps English, couple who seemed unable to steer their kayak and ran into us a couple of times, as well as other people. On our way back they passed us and sideswiped a kayak with ...
... brash group of Essex ladies discussing atrocious and expensive adventures in chiropody. Their bad feet doubtless caused by their ludicrous shoes.We admired a hyper professional Asian-American family who were calmly managing the demands of their three children with patience and expertise. We looked on with awe.We saw at a table below, a large group of handsome twenty-ish males who looked British Public School, and who were drinking soft drinks. I don't know why ...
... the apartment to get Sue and head out to dinner.
After agreeing to go to a highly recommended Bosnian restaurant, which unfortunately is completely packed. We make reservations for the next day and Tom sets off exploring nearby Lapad while Sue and Tyler return home for a late dinner of Mac and cheese from Trader Joes we've carted across 4 borders. A very nice first day.
PS Our first day in Dubrovnik was also their first day as part of the European Union. Historic!
... Jess and I also found a guard's post with the metal door unlocked! We headed in and I put on my special crazy smile and reached my hand through the bars of the metal door on the guard's post, clawing in the air at weirded-out tourists. Later I took a few pictures of momma and for some reason a ton of pigeons were gathering around her! She was startled as one flew inches away from her face. That was weird!
After walking around all day in ...
... a fantastic 6 days in Durovnik. It really is a
beautiful place, and the constant state of happiness I seem to be in
since Daniel 'popped the question' has made it even better!The day after we celebrated becoming
engaged, I'm afraid we didn't get up to much. This was due to the
fact that I was in an alcohol induced coma! I was forced to briefly
wake up from this so we could move into another apartment, and then I
continued to sleep for the rest of the day!
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Petka Dubrovnik
The Hotel has everything you may need to feel comfortable and its restaurant has good food. But you need to walk 20 minutes to be at the Old City (or take a táxi which is not expensive).
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.