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... dark beer from the local konzum. After packing our lives back into backpacks, we decided to head to Cafe Bar Bard, Buza I, one last time. We spent our last hours in Dubrovnik overlooking Lokrum and the Adriatic. After leaving our bags with the awesome Nina who runs our hotel, we went to Presa for a quick lunch. It was highly recommended on Trip Advisor so we gave it a shot. It was excellent. We shared a green salad and I had a Smoked Neck Sandwich (smoked ...
... hang together." That was Rebecca West in 1941. The roots are now being fertilized by tourists.
Split "recalls Naples, because it is also a tragic and architecturally magnificent sausage-machine, where a harried people of mixed race have been forced by history to run for centuries through the walls and cellars of ruined palaces, and have now been evicted by a turn of events into the open day, neat and slick and ...
... pay. Despite several trips a day up to reception, at different times – it was never open so – thanks for the free electricity, spotless toilets, hot kitchen sinks and beautiful beach with deckchairs. It was tops.
In the morning we walked the 2km (30min) into town to explore. Along the way we were adopted by a very friendly puss and a praying mantis that liked ...
... for us on this side of the
So, in the end...It only took me a couple of days (and in some cases hours) to realize that all I thought I knew about Croatia, Croatians and Croatian, was wrong. I look back on my worry and my concern and my irrational thoughts and wonder why. Why was I so concerned? Why was I being so neurotic? Was it the fear of the unknown? Was it ignorance? Was it stupid stereotypes getting the best of me? It doesn't really matter - bottom line ...
... before (likely the reason we were upgraded to the bigger boat we realized) while we walked slowly back up the hill, along the beaches with cider in hand to the campsite. We meandered our way back up the path, stopping for drinks as we went, before a swim in the cool water of our campsite’s private bay and settling in for a dinner of chicken and pasta Bolognese on the camp stove. A perfect, relaxing finish to our stay in Trogir; tomorrow we head to ...