Travel Blogs from Orebic
... beers together while having a chat and listening to music. It's crazy how similar mine and Eilleen's music tastes are! After a while we started heading back to the boat, as they were doing an optional BBQ that most people were doing. We decided not to have the BBQ as it cost 100 kuna each (~$20) and we couldn't justify that, especially for me, being vego!! So we said goodbye to everyone halfway back and went into the only restaurant in town. ...
... back on our bikes and powered off again, this time along gravel, uphill it was hard to get traction and most of us reluctantly had to resort to walking our bikes once again. A little more gravel and then a bitumen hill before it was the steep 8% gradient back down into town. I was sure to take it easy as I did not want to finish with a spill out the front of our hotel.
After enjoying a wine out on the deck I joined Jadranka and Joan for a walk up ...
... you walk across the top of the walls and get a great view of the old town. After lunch we picked up a few beers and headed to the beach for a few hours to relax. We decided that as we were close by we should head up the gondola for sunset (another one!) and this gave us an even better view of the whole city.
Our final day in Dubrovnik started with the All Blacks vs. Argentina game being streamed on Rorys laptop. We then walked to Lapad beach where we ...
... four shot glasses of the local rakia to welcome us.
Have an octopus salad and beers ashore. Had thought we’d ordered one octopus salad between us, so we could all have a nibble, but we’re brought out an enormous plate, which looks great, but is quite filling. Have a collective heart attack when a boat comes spearing directly towards Gullvika, before executing a tight spin. We all yell, but no-one else thinks this is a problem. We ...
... egte’ food of each country and failing mostly, so this was a revelation for us.
If you are on the Peljesac peninsula in Croatia, and want good SLOW food – do travel all the way past Obelic towards Viganj right along a rather narrow road right on the sea, and you will find it about 1km after the campsite called Antony Boy. It is up a little side street but does advertise itself along the road. Don’t come here for pizza or expect to order ...
Other places to stay in Orebic
Petra Kresimira IV 107-109, Orebic | 4 star hotelfrom $113
Skvar 2, Orebic | 4 star hotelfrom $174
Obala Pomoraca 36, Orebic | 3 star hotelfrom $88
Kralja Petra Kresimira IV 119, Orebic | 3 star hotelfrom $93
Postup 48, Orebic | 4 star hotelfrom $112
Mokalo 6, Orebic | 3 star hotelfrom $102