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... to board my Easyjet flight to Dubrovnik :-) Obviously if you are reading this entry you can tell that I have safely arrived. The lady who owns the Guesthouse that I am staying in for the next 3 nights has given me very precise instructions on how to find the property; included in the email were about 6 pictures, I think 2 would have sufficed. After my brief, but very interesting Dubrovnik history lesson, I quickly unpacked my things ...
... I am in life. Just to wake up and not feel anything other than "I'm so glad I woke up today to another amazing day of life". I know I used to. I used to be grateful for so many little things. Now I feel like I'm always clouded, in a grey haze of negativity. I would give anything to be in that positive space again. When I get there, I will never take it for granted again, because that feeling is priceless. That is something money can't buy. I miss that feeling. And I miss ...
... Ella where they had a guest house in their garden. It was a bit hard to find, even the taxi driver gave up and just dumped us in the vicinity. It was well equipped but a bit cramped and clammy -- €40 without breakfast. About 25 minutes to walk to the old city. The owner was very friendly, he invited us in and over a glass of wine we talked about the bombardment during the Balkan War, 1991-1992, which lasted for over half a year.
Dubrovnik is ...
... done on our behalf by our incomparable travel agent, Joni Gingrich. She has never failed to satisfy our travel needs.
The town still has lots of tourists even though weather should be getting colder soon. When we asked our driver if it would still be crowded he said, "You will not be alone." Well put.
Finally, lovely dinner at a little Tavern called Nava in Old Town. It was highly recommended and lived up to our ...
... I dunked my feet which felt good after all the walking and Diane read her book. Then we rested up before going to dinner at Lapad Restaurant a few blocks from the hotel off the pedestrian walkway. It was very good. The funniest scene at the restaurant was the waiter using a small electric vacuum to clean the tables after guests left. No change of tablecloths here. Tomorrow we relax (we hope). ...