Travel Blogs from Cavtat
... after her second cut. Off with the scraggly hair
and a new Alison is born again. I am human once more. It gets the Adam approval
and he agrees to pay. The Frizerski now excited by their success want to have a
go at his Bart Simpson hair but he is having none of it. Luckily I had the make
over as Cavtat is very glamorous and is packed with 4 story luxury motorboats.
We fit in perfectly.
... degrees. I wore my light, long-sleeved top and onwards I went towards the Old Town. I had a 3:30pm tour and had some free time until then.
Before I ventured out, I saw a cruise ship approaching the harbour from my window. A little panic set in.
I walked all of Placa Stradun, the main street at the Old Town, and stopped at Rector’s Palace – Cultural – History Museum. I couldn’t ...
... and apart from the different money, we have no problems despite having no language. We did learn how to say "thank you" in Croatian but every time we said it, they all laughed at us so we're still not sure if we just mispronounced it or whether we were actually saying something very rude. We both think that Croatia is somewhere we would very much like to come back to on future expeditions. It will be a hard act to follow for other cruise stops after this little jewel of the ...
... in a long line, just like that other "D" park. Unless you go to a special booth and get a special ticket that lets you bypass the line. OK, I'm being a curmudgeon. But this place is awfully touristy. Fun, though. We really do like it here. Getting up and down the stairs is quite the workout. I'm glad I've been hitting the elliptical for a while. Karen's pedometer shows more than 13,000 steps today. Hope you enjoy the pictures! ...
... camera just tells so much about the person photographed.
The highlight of Dubrovnik is most definitely walking the castle walls. You can see the town from all angles, and from the top down. And if you gaze the other direction, you see what the city is surrounded by (water) and built on (a little islet of cliffs and rocks). Once I reached the highest point, I sat there and just waited for the sunset. Dream destination indeed.