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... went to the Old Port to pick up a few more travellers. Had a lovely trip along the coast to a small Island where we were given 75 minutes to look around. We went to the nicest bar we could see and had a glass of wine.
Off to the next island where we given 45 minutes before lunch was served on the boat. A nice meal with red and white wine. This is when our day changed completely.
We arrived in Dubrovnik, after a 16 hr journey from Calgary. Our flights were good and everything ran like clockwork. We are staying in an apartment in the "Old City" which is a walled fortress built in the 13th century. We walked around the wall (1.9 km ) which overlooks both the city, on its inside, & the Adriatic Sea & Mt. Srd on its outside. So far we have visited the maritime museum, as Dubrovnik was ...
... had a bit of confusion with the wine, where three of us tried to share a carafe of red wine ended up with small glasses each, while the one girl drinking white ended up with a whole carafe. Pretty minor translation issues though. The food was pretty nice without being amazing; I had fish in the local style with potatoes and swiss chard, and Jamie had pork. It was pretty late by that stage and the girls had to be up really early to get a ferry so we took a quick walk down to ...
... some money from euro's to kuna because I was worried about running out of kuna. I shouldn't have been in retrospect, but I guess I also didn't end up paying for many entrance fees like I might have so that saved me a good bit of money. I then ponied up and paid 100 kuna (about $20) to go up on the city walls and walk all the way around them. The views from the city walls are pretty incredible - it's a nice walk (as long as you don't get behind a ...
... a church for us to explore. From the church we made our own way back to the coast to enjoy a picnic lunch (we were too cheap to pay for the lunch inclusive tour) before boarding the boat and setting sail for Lopud.
We were given four hours to enjoy the sites and coastline and we knew how to make the most of it. Starting with a trek to the far side of the island, we found ourselves at the swimming beach, set ourselves up with sun lounges and an umbrella ...