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... Yugoslav, originally) for lunch. I can't remember how to pronounce it, but it was homemade tasty little sausages inside a flat bread like pita with some onion. The flavour was simple but very tasty. Our BBQ sausages seem boring now :) I learnt today that WWI started in the Balkans, when a small-time Austro-Hungarian prince was assassinated by a Serbian terrorist. I thought I should write that down so I remember it! Also learnt ...
... up Kayla on the way (another girl from the hoste) we headed out of the old town and a short distance to one of the best beaches in Dubrovnik. Still a pebble beach but just beautiful, and you could see the outskirts of the Old Town walls. We chilled for a few hours there and swam in the Adriatic Sea. Jess and Laura then had to leave for their bus. We did the usual exchange facebook contacts and wished them well. Kayla and I stayed on the beach a little longer to work on ...
... the old town and dodging tour groups, it's a great town for people watching. Sea kayaking trip around Lokrum, exploring Lokrum Island, walking the city walls and climbing Mount Srd were some of the highlights. Caught in the rain a couple of times this week but it's so much warmer than Scottish rain and dries so quickly. Those who know me well will know that I don't drink beer, but Croatian ...
... possible - I understand normal time takes about 2-3 hours - argh!!!!! If that's the case, with our 4.30pm flight from Venice to Gatwick, we have to be there by 2.30, the likelihood of getting to Burano will be very slim. Oh well I'm sure we'll be back!). Food in Dubrovnik is cheap, really cheap. K7 for some entree items, that's only €1, or about $NZ2. Main meals about K28, €4 or $NZ8. Cheap as. Again, just a snippet of time - only a couple of hours to explore, ...
... employing several key strategies.
The Obvious Strategy - go out in the old city before 10am and after 4pm. Dubrovnik is extra magical at night, the air is cooler, the crowds are (somewhat) thinner, the 500 year old structures are floodlit, and the narrow side streets are artfully and invitingly graced with lanterns and myriad eateries.
Embrace the Global Village Strategy - I really enjoy picking out all the different languages spoken on the ...