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This has been my favorite day so far! Dubrovnik is a seaside town with houses cascading down the hillside since land is such a premium. The perched houses are pretty much mostly white with terra cotta tiled roofs and the roads up to them are windy and kind of narrow (especially if you're in a tour bus).
We headed out of town on a tour called "Preserving Old Dubrovnik". The mill that we were going to was a ways out of Dubrovnik in the country. Our tour only had about ...
... on a bus to Pile Gate; the entry to the old city. First on my itinerary list was to walk round the city walls. This was definitely a perfect introduction to Dubrovnik. The two km walk around the city was filled with stunning sea views and red tiled rooftops. One could also feel a nice sea breeze, this was much appreciated - at certain time points there were many steps! Afterwards it was time to enjoy a cool beer and decrease my ...
The ancient city walls of Dubrovnik await us this morning and, having determined the day before that driving Dusty is not an option, we call a cab and leave home about 10.30am. Our cab driver is lovely and gives us lots of useful information like leaving the cable car until after 1pm and where to get a taxi when we are ready to leave.
Arriving right outside the entrance to the old city I ask David to stop and turn around for a picture but he doesn't hear me as he ...
... from the rest of Croatia, in fact there is a piece of Bosnia in between. Today it is still a small city squeezed between the sea and bare steep hills. To quote Rebecca West: "The Dalmatian coast slid by us, naked as a quarry." Historically the sea would have been the principal transportation route, and the main road still goes along the coast, with one or two lesser roads winding over the barrier into the interior. The bus to Split was kn 400 for two of us.
... the top and announced that they had just gotten engaged! No wonder they were taking so long to get down!
After congratulations all around and of course the requisite oooo’s and ahhh’s we decided to head back to the boat to get freshened up and then head out for a celebratory final meal all together. In addition to the new engagement, several of the girls on board the boat had decided to make the last night into a “Hen Party” for ...