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... to be home for day five. I don't think that many people made it up in time for breakfast that morning - Dane and I definitely didn't! Once we rose, we headed up to the roof to soak up some rays, eagerly awaiting the sound of the bell ringing on the back deck to symbolise that lunch was ready. And when that bell rang, everyone was up and running! It was quality again with bean soup, salad and meatballs with mashed potatoes. Stari Grad was a quaint, sleepy town but it was ...
Today we stopped at Dubrovnik. We walked around the wall of the old city. It was a very hot day and it made walking around the wall harder than it needed to be. The views were great though. After that we sat down and had drinks and then went shopping. We ...
... rocky outcrops on our drive. The bus pulled into the bus station in Dubrovnik at about 10am and on time. The bus station in Dubrovnik sits about a 10 minute local bus ride from the old town and is situated right on the port. I remember mooring here on the sailing trip. We boarded the local bus alongside many others and struggled up the back with our packs on back and front but finally found a spot that wasn’t in the way. Turns out that the bus had the ...
After successfully taking on the Great Wall of Kotor, we headed to Dubrovnik and it's mighty fortress. However, we opted to approach by sea, from Cavtat (Sav-thot), a small coastal town just south of Dubrovnik.
Fellow travelers and our guidebooks had recommended Cavtat as a less expensive and quieter alternative to the over-touristed Dubrovnik. We reserved an AirBnB apartment with views overlooking the red rooftops of the small town and the Adriatic Sea. Our ...
... crystal clear water and jump of any of the three different deck heights we had!
- lunch would be around 12.30 and as I already said, this was always a feast!
- around lunch we would get a talk from our sail Croatia representative who would give us what we could do at the destination, where was good to eat and any details of excursions we could pay to do.
Needless to say Hannah, Jayna and I get through a few books over the week ...