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... shirt and the underwiring of my bra. Not exactly a nice welcome back into Croatia, but apparently we look suss? So when we arrived in Dubrovnik we were extra thankful. We watched the sunset that afternoon from a bar on the rocks of the old town walls. This was one of the most beautiful sunsets I have laid eyes on. The sea was so peaceful. The temperature of the water was still really nice so we went swimming off the rocks off the old wall of the city and we also walked outside the ...
... 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 ...
... locals. The beach is a 20 minute walk from the Old Town. There were a lot of people online complaining that the steps to get there were really difficult; there are a few steps down but it wasn't as bad as people made it seem. When we arrived there was only one other group of people there. We had our choice of sun loungers (30 kuna). The beach was a mixture of pebbles, stones and sand which meant it was uncomfortable under foot ...
... placed ironically high above the town where the Serb guns were placed. however, the most obvious sign of the damage was the bright new orange roof tiles that make present day Dubrovnik look resplendent. Very few old rooves survived the shelling, and they stand out. It is amazing how completely buildings and townscapes can be put back together again after war and destruction.I am sure that the emotional and psychological scars take much longer to ...
... and safety of a "civilised" and "sophisticated" republic that flourished in peace and prosperity for five centuries. The walls were reinforced by three circular and 14 quadrangular towers, five bastions (bulwarks), two angular fortifications and the large St. John's Fortress. Land Walls were additionally reinforced by one larger bastion and nine smaller semicircular ...