Valamar Dubrovnik President Hotel
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Hi all, sorry I haven't let you know what I've been doing but Kate has been hogging the lap top.
Cruising is very relaxing but you can easily get a little belly. There is only so many times you can race around the deck before you get told off. I sat back and relaxed on the balcony and took in the sights.
The guys who make up the room are really kind. As there are no ...
... hours drive as we had to keep our eye on the time.. The car was to be returned by 7pm. And it is about 1 1/2 hrs each way.
We arrived back at the Montenegro border and sat for a fair while as some cars as processed quickly and others can be pulled aside and emptied for a full search. One car beside us was in that situation. That car was being searched thoroughly. They eventually let the three guys pack up and move on and they ended up ...
... talks of the war and it brings tear to my eyes when he tells me the story of how the Croatians were defending themselves against the Serbs, - a terrible time for these people, he had lost his brother and he said they can't forgive but we must live together.
We are late back to the boat for the welcome talk and just get the end and meet our fellow sailing companions for the week and fall into bed for another late ...
... the small wharf... Where we sampled The local beer - which was tasty as! Prices vary quite a bit in the old town - it is really just a tourist destination so I think they love to hike the prices up as they do. Still our lunch of pizza and beers only cost about $35 (.7L of beer each hahahahahahaha)
we spent a lot of the afternoon exploring the old town - which has many alleyways and stairs. I'm sure the locals who still live in there must ...
... at speeds up to 150km/hr most of the way, the journey didn't take long! It was a beautiful drive along the coast, with the stunning blue ocean and islands whizzing by. We arrived to our apartment in Dubrovnik, a very basic place and a bit shabbier than we'd hoped - oh well, you win some you lose some! Both exhausted after the long day, the only energy we could muster was a short stroll into the old walled city for ...