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... br> So I didn't dig everywhere and leave holes, Kate locked me up in some weird brick handcuffs. What is she thinking?
I was pooped after visiting Dogbrovnik as they have so many stairs and I wasn't allowed to have my afternoon nap.
Oh well, we are going walkies back to the big floaty thing now so I'll send you a message when I can steal the lap top away from Kate. Woof
... of where we are and the care that is required for personal safety.
We drove on to Cavtat which is a very popular and pretty coastal town 18kms from Dubrovnik. Here we took a short walk, saw way too many expensive boats not to want to be on one and enjoyed cocktails while it began to rain. When we wouldn't drown we headed back to the car and Dubrovnik. Dropped the car at 7.02pm, went out for dinner dodging showers and went home and let ...
Today we headed to The Old Town to look around. We saw some of it and had lunch just before the storms started and from that point it hasn't stopped raining, thundering and lightening. It has been wild at times. We had to swim back to our apartment in the torrential rain which took about 20 minutes. The girls had flimsy ponchos on which gave us a little protection, the boys had no rain covers. We were all drenched by the time we got back to ...
... br> We walked through a different gate into the old town this time and came across many restaurants through the skinny lane ways. They have their ladies out the front promoting the food trying to get you in - a little like Lygon Street. And as most know, Gary and I are so indecisive when trying to pick somewhere to eat... So we ended up walking down to the main avenue and a guy came up to us and did his best promotion of his restaurant - and this ...
... kuna, which according to my bank statement is $181. I first purchased a ticket to walk the city wall, which is probably the most popular thing to do in Dubrovnik. The wall is about 1.5 miles in total, and in true European style, has lots of flights of stairs up and down (but still not as bad as Kotor, Montenegro!). It was a nice walk and gave an overview of the city. The sight of the fortresses and wall with the ocean crashing into it down ...