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Travel Blogs from Dubrovnik
Our first experience of Dubrovnik`s old town last night had us feeling like we had walked into a fairy tale. The stone-paved streets are polished smooth as marble by the thousands of feet passing over them daily. The city walls and buildings are made of golden stone with red terra cotta roof tiles, and as we entered through the city gate just after …
... we are the same people," she said, "we speak the same language. We can understand each other, but we don't like to admit it." She paused. "It is very fragile."
The OId City of Dubrovnik is very resilient. The walls have endured centuries of invasions, neglect, revelry, tourism and even modern weaponry. The physical wounds have healed - in time they have been patched up, repaired and rebuilt.
Will time heal the emotional wounds as ...
So this morning we actually had to set an alarm – nice to get up and enjoy the early sailing to our final harbour. We saw the edges of Dubrovnik old town, but we were set a bay away, so we pulled our bags up, said farewell to the crew and some fellow shipmates, and then took a taxi with the French family to town. They were dropped off first, and we said farewell to them, and then the taxi took us to our apartment. Thankfully we were able to get to our room ...
... wine from Korcula - Posip Grgic
3) The best chef in Croatia works next door
4) Match.com really works (that's how the newleyweds met)
5) There are 2 catagories of Brits if you are croatian - Downton Abbey and Eastenders - we managed to entertain everyone with our diverse accents! Lucky they were all drunk :o)
5) You should always accept drinks off strangers as it can lead to the most amazing and random night ever!
24 hours in ...
... busily gathering capers from the plants growing wild in the walls and chatting to all and sundry.
Steve and Tea don’t bother with dinner, but we went to a lovely local restaurant, Stara Mlinica, which is set in an old Olive Grinding Mill – you could see the huge grinding stones. After a yummy meal we headed back to the yacht and bed, fairly exhausted from having very little sleep the night before.