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... We grabbed the bus to the old city and climbed the stairs to the top of the walls.
The hike around the walls was a nice hour and a half walk for me, but my parents were a little pooped by the stairs. Fortunately for people who get hot and need breaks, there are all sorts of break points during the walk, many with ice cream and cold beverages.
The walk itself gives a great view of the city and surrounding areas, and also ...
... arrival I decided to take an early lunch accompanied by a rather large 50cl beer! Well the difference in price between 30 or 50cl was minimal and I am on holiday!
Today was my first swim of the year in the adriatic; the water was not cold and definitely refreshing. On the Lokrum island map there was a location labelled "dead sea". I went to investigate whst exactly this was, it ended up bring a small lake filled with sea water.
... because of my budget, I can't afford to walk the city walls in Dubrovnik Old City (Kn100) or take the cake car to Fort Imperial (Kn60 one way, Kn108 return)......so I'm forced to walk it up the track. Now, I'm usually the first one to do a walk up to views, but being "Actual Sick", I put off the walk until the heat of the day fades......at 5.30pm! I walk to Old City (save Kn15 bus fare!), which is nearly 45 mins. Run around Old City and then because I'm ...
... also happened to be the slowest person imaginable. After he finished taking apart a woman's bag for having a water bottle in it, he did the same to Barry's and pretty much unpacked his entire backpack. So frustrating. And you know you can't say anything to these guys, unless you want to end up getting strip searched. So I silently panicked and said a little prayer. Luckily, we found the gate quickly and there were enough people still boarding that we had ...
... great location overlooking the bay. They produce olive oil and gave us a demonstration using a horse and press to crush the olives and then using an old hand press getting more oil from the crushed olives. It was very interesting. The man and his wife both spoke to us about their farm and family history then they served us a 5 course meal which was delicious. They grow all their own fruits and vegetables.. Got back to the hotel about ...