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... one. I think Dubrovnik has been a highlight (but maybe that's just because I'm in the present), and maybe because it's very... easy to travel in. I have to admit that I'm feeling comfortable here because it is set up to cater to the tourist industry, but after the seven weeks I've had, I don't mind things being 'easy-going'. Good way to end the trip, I've got two more days here before I catch a plane back to the Czech Republic, I hope they are as impactful as today ...
... day was not without its difficulties. After driving around for an hour we ran out of petrol, then we went too fast on a highway and the scooter came to a halt and decided to die up hills the rest of the way. We thought we were going to have to make some mates on the side of the road, but luckily all was ok! After Split we went to Mostar in Bosnia, where Spencer did the famous bridge jump off the old Mostar bridge. To be quite honest, I was ******** myself. I had heard so many ...
... Kings Landing scenes for Game of Thrones, for those who are watching the series. We had dinner tonight at a restaurant near the old city and then our guide took us on a night- time walk through the historic quarter where we drank local wine and listened to some amazing live music. Tomorrow is a free day, so I intend to take a bus mid-morning to the old city and just wander ...
... a wing and prayer. Their joy and relief at getting a lift was most entertaining, and they helped the journey hurry by. They were thrilled to partake of Kropla Beskidu fizzy water and Hit biscuits, and it was interesting and fun to share tales from Poland.
Arrivals in new towns and the hunt for our accommodation can be a bit stressy. Dubrovnik proved to be particularly so, with steep hills and narrow streets; although our initial sighting of the walls and fort was awesome. ...
... expensive. The food is at least twice as expensive as Zagreb, and about on the same par as Paris, which is slightly more expensive than the US. The hostel for the night was THREE TIMES what I paid in Spain and about what I paid for the super cheap hostel in Paris. Basically what I'm saying is that, Dubrovnik is a beautiful, beautiful city. But it's about as expensive as going to Paris - there's no 'cheap tourism' in this part of the Balkans!