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... a bus which took us back to the ship via a stop to get some photos. At the port there were a number of market stalls. Again overpriced! Danielle has been to the kids club most days for a short period. I think she is really enjoying being the only one. Most days she has six staff looking after her. Tomorrow is a sea day and then onto ...
... pieces of info from other reps when we would see them. One of the crew ran into rep Molly at about 4am that morning - luckily. She told them to make sure that we were back on the boat by 5am because that's when we'd be leaving port, setting sail on to our next destination and all those not on board would be left behind. We rallied everyone up, passing on the message to everyone we saw from our boat. We stopped outside for some much needed pizza on the way to the water ...
... 8220;to the Imperial Hilton!”. What a place: this was to be one of the more decadent places we would stay at. An outstanding buffet breakfast that somehow managed both quality and quantity, a steam room and sauna, full gymnasium and personal trainer on hand if you wanted one, an indoor pool with a massive skylight, chocolates personally delivered in the evening and obliging staff. Plus, the old town of Dubrovnik was only a 2 minute stroll down the road. ...
... stamped out, and then moved ten metres ahead to the Croatian immigration window and were stamped in. Hungary is a Shengen country and Croatia is not, thus the stamping. This is much like the drive thru at Hungary Jacks. One window to pay and the next window to pick up your Whopper with cheese, large onion rings and diet coke, although I wouldn't know about such things anymore. However, I assume due to the hostilities in the 1990s ...
... Ever, and ended up partying at the one bar in town. It was an alright night, highlight of which was probably seeing Scotty faceplant after trying to do a drunken handstand.
The next day, after more swimming in the beautiful blue waters of the Adriatic Sea, we approached Korcula – the birthplace of Marco Polo, allegedly. Korcula's a nice little city, with a charming old town and beautiful harbour. After wandering around town ...