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to be at the restaurant that owned the buoy so we took the dinghy and tied up
along side of it.As we got out another row boat with a little putt putt engine
came behind us driven by the 84 year old mother of the restaurant owner. She
tied up and got out. She goes out every evening to lay out her nets and goes
out at 5am every day to bring in the fish and nets. Cleans the fish off the
... We even watching the super yacht Galactica sail out of the harbor. After a lovely and relaxing day, we caught the #10 bus back to Dubrovnik.
Arriving at the bus station in Gruz, our day really took a right turn into heart-pounding and downright sickening. We exited the #10 bus which was really packed with people, standing room only, and trooped across the parking lot to the city bus stop to catch the 1A bus to the Old City. As we ...
... however, the inconvenience paled in comparison with the splendor, especially in Hagia Sophia. Almost impossible to describe this basilica/mosque/museum built in 537. I don't think I've seen anything that compares to this in scale, not even the Duomo in Florence or St. Peter's in Rome. The Topkapi palace complex is also huge. The Harem is most impressive as ...
... a 30 degree van using a porter potty to get rid of business – not cool!
Escaping the heat and the hordes of tourists on the coast we headed inland to the incredible Plitvice National Park. Within the park is a series of waterfalls and lakes that makes for an incredible walk in and around the falls. It was a still busy but certainly an incredible spot with postcard ...
... prawn, philadelphia cream cheese, oil, mayonnaise, sesame in coconut pastry and panko bread crumbs), tewiaki beef on wice & tuna tartar. Spent the afternoon looking around shops, had more Icecream then a nap.
I was told the locals here were really lovely but I didn't find them lovely at all, everyone was really pushy (they were probably tourists) but the people in shops ...