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... were several friendly kittens living on one side of the island and insisted we go get a cat fix) The sun was setting and it was picturesque, with the water mirroring the sky in pink and orange. A BBQ and a loud boat ended our night, Noc and I chose not to partake much tonight and went to bed at 11. It's 12 now, and the crowd are just as rowdy. We have a lovely day tomorrow, I can't wait. ... More photos to come. Nics phone died before I could upload his ones on ...
... people. This little island also had a restaurant which of course called for a quick beer for the mother and father. Mum's beer pouring skills lacked practice though I must say.
Having walked around the whole island and gotten just a little burnt from our lack of suncream we swam back out and set off again towards another one of Croatia's tiny islands.
Surrounding us was beautifully clear waters, you could almost see the bottom even in ...
Well I think everyone had a pretty good night last night! Alex got in at 2:30 and then went to find Taylor and they got in at 4:30! Breaky at 7:30 this morning before catching the bus to the old town with Dan and Ethan. We started with a walk along the city walls, which run the whole way around the old town, for an hour or so. The views were amazing and it was so hot up there even though it was only 8am. Along the coastal side there are bars and restraints burrowed into the cliffs ...
... was Croatia weeping because we were leaving. Although when pebbles started falling out of the sky in the form of hail - perhaps not!
The whole day has been fairly relaxing. And the weather cleared up beautifully. We basically cafe crawled around old Dubrovnik, which was made all the more enjoyable given I've lifted my self imposed ban of caffeine and sugar. (Safe in the knowledge of the amount of exercise I've ...
... been to a fair few in my life flatting with no washing machine!) All automated even the dryers. It did "steal" 10 Kunas but it was more that I was chatting and not paying attention to the instructions. I met the nicest young man from Austria there. He was cycling to Israel - had 6 months off. I also met a couple from Hampton and a couple from the UK. That is the thing I remember about Laundromats - they are quite sociable places. Walked around the Old Town again and ...