Hunguest Hotel Sun Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... back down to get some dinner. The prices in Kotor were more expensive than Croatia as the country started using the euro. Despite the expensive price of my dinner the food was fantastic. The best squid and octopus I have ever eaten has been in Croatia. It was divine and the local wine wasn't bad either! After another quick stroll around the Old City, we headed back to Dubrovnick. It was a delightful day and I could totally see myself visiting Croatia and Montenegro ...
... the frozen section in Montenegro as we finished off our supply of beers. It was the 15th anniversary of a bikers weekend in section D of the campsite so the whole area was filled with leather clad, patch wearing biker people. They had got pretty loud at this stage and had a band starting up playing heavy rock. For us this was pretty entertaining, for the rest in section B (where we were), the grey haired massive camper bus owning majority - not ...
... and a beautiful lake to swim in. It was really hot and all the boys went straight in for a swim. We had dinner at the grill which was pretty basic but yummy. Erin arranged a punch party for the night and everyone that wanted to contributed money and she made up big buckets of punch. We all sat around and played cards (Si and I didn't do the punch thing but it was fun to watch everyone else) until we went to bed around ...
... went through Customs into Bosnia-Herzegovina. The Customs officer asked if we wanted our passports stamped & of course we said 'yes' ... memories of Lichtenstein, Withie & Karen! We've been encountering a lot of road work on some pretty hairy roads. Seems like they're actually rebuilding the roads in this area, not just fixing them. By close to 4pm, we decided we needed to stop for a lunch/wine break. Eating regularly & ...
I was looking forward to calling into Dubrovnik and as we came into port in the early morning I was looking out for the old city walls. These were nowhere to be seen! We caught the shuttle bus which took us from the port and over a ridge of a peninsular to the old city. There were three cruise ships in and a long queue of people to get tickets to do the wall climb. We didn't realise you had to pay 90 kuna to do this so there was a hasty trip to the ...