Valamar Dubrovnik President Hotel
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Before relating today's adventure, I forgot to mention Jeans' opinion of the men from this area.
Her words to describe them are "gorgeous" and "handsome". She says that have a lovely accent when they speak English, which most of them can, they also have lovely bottoms, slim waists, big chests and broad shoulders.
I find the girls fairly attractive, but unlike the men they don't ...
... and back. Many guests complained and decide to walk instead.
As we queue for the bus, it starts to rain lightly, but gradually gets heavier. We eventually get on a bus and return to port. They manage this well, diverting excursion buses with empty seats to get us.
When we get to the port, we queue for tender boats. Luckily we don't have to wait long. As we are waiting, one of the loudest whingers about the cost of the shuttlebus (American of course) ...
... but still cool you down. Bliss. A bit later on, we took a stroll further down the walkway and got a drink at one of the little restaurant/cafés built into the cliffs before carrying on to look at the amazing hotels dotted along the coast.
Karen and Xenia from the cruise were staying in Dubrovnik that night as well, and it was Karen's birthday so we had arranged with Xenia to come around and surprise Karen for some drinks and then to head out to dinner. We went home ...
... were fairly cheap. The guy in charge of the store mentioned they were associated with the Serbian Orthodox Church (not in communion with the Roman churches- separated as part of the Great Schism). I eventually left and continued down the same street, and of course, there was a church that was open so I popped my head in and what do you know! An eastern rite liturgy! There was a big iconostatis and everything and everyone singing and NO chairs. ...
We had pre-booked a day-long island cruise, sailing to the islands of Lopud, Sipan and Kolocep, so we were up early and headed into the ports ready for our departure. Our voucher mentioned to wait for a tour representative in front of the tourism office, and we diligently did, until our departure time got rather close and there was no sign of any staff or other passengers.
Weird and slightly annoying, so we walked back down to the pier where the ship we ...