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... junction before crossing. Last thing I want is hit by some fool who cannot be bothered to stop at the junction. Finally I stopped and looked up hotels and decided to head for the "President Hotel" and see what it was like. Sure enough I found it but with only street parking I decided against staying there. I then headed down to the little car park that I remembered by the ferry terminal and then looked for a hotel there. Sadly it was not how I remembered it from my previous ...
... at this bar, Brendon was asked how many shots he could do in 10 seconds, unlike the woodchuck this is no riddle and the answer is 7, Brendon can do 7 shots in 10 seconds!
From this bar it was off up the mountain again, luckily this time via taxi. The destination was Jungle Bungle and the result was an awesome night with all the crew. What followed was absolute mayhem with Shaylee and one of hers cohorts relieving another boat of its flag, some more kleptomania, plenty of ...
... over and let us through with all of our Croatian drugs.
Our first impression of Dubrovnik even though we were sick and tired was wow!!! We struggled up to our apartment up 200 cobble stoned steps right in the heart of oldtown with the famous city walls not far above us.
We had yummy Mexican for dinner and bumped in to Tom and Sarah from the yacht. ...
Today we visited the old fortress in Klis, which had buildings drawing back to the first century. Apparently some Game of Throne episodes were filmed there too, so that was cool. We got great views of the city of split and the sea. It rained a little but we took cover in the fortress. After that, we went into the city centre of Split and had some ...
... courtyards you traversed to see all the structures present - columns, clocks, statues, inscriptions, plaques, etc.
Outside the 'Golden Gate' were the remnants of a temple, the preserved altar of a church and a huge bronze statue of bishop Gregory of Nin. His toe was very shiny from everyone rubbing it. Also stumbled across a small antique market on the street out front and a regular type market on the outside wall with the silver gate. ...