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... We get a glimpse of it all in passing and they give a sense of permanency and order. There is a strong emphasis on tradition and preservation of the history, good and bad, of the regions. The countryside is dotted with small villages of stone buildings with terra cotta roofs and often high on the hills are old castles and defensive stone walls reminding you that it was once not as peaceful as it is now. We have been extremely lucky with the weather and have enjoyed sunny days ...
... in the dining room chatting. Had a lovely final tea all together on the boat and it was great, even a birthday cake for Stephen and Steph. Icecream cake which was a big hit of the kids. Had a sharing time of our favourite things and memories and things we were thankful for on the trip. Went to bed a bit earlier for final day of travelling home. Sadly our fabulous voyage had come to an end. Until next ...
... we tried was the Pašticada s domaćim njokima ( Stewed beef dish with homemade gnocchi). Gnocchi is a family of thick, soft dumplings.
Time for us to have some good rest and be ready to take a bus ride by the Adriatic coast next morning en route to Dubrovnik.
Bus from Ljubljana to Split : 29 Eur
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Saturday 27th June
Yesterday, we caught up with our friends from Sydney, who just by chance, were in Split to board a cruise ship on Sunday. We had a meal with them in the evening and caught up on the last 12 months before returning to our unit. All was well till 2 am this morning when we were woken by ...
Once in Dubrovnik we went exploring around the old city and to the hilltop looking over the city amd old city. Access was luckily by cable car!
We had three nights here, two days in Dubrovnik and one day in Montenegro, the country immediately to the South, still on the Adraitaic sea.
After that photo, what more is there to say....