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... old. I was shocked to see one shop owner attacking the ancient bricks in his doorway with a chisel and hammer! Worse, I later saw him using a crowbar for better effect! After we'd lunched in an alcove with Roman mosaic floor tiles (and a Maxi-clone cat for company), Nanna went back on board so I did a tour of the old Cathedral (originally a public building, later converted to a church), climbed up the ...
... so we did. Following Antea and her team, learning burlesque with a Croatian singer which I couldn’t understand a single word was definitely not a night I expected to have haha But it was so much fun. After the entertainment, things got serious….the finals of the dog show were starting. We managed to stay for a few rounds before having enough. At one point I was standing behind/half leaning on a pram in front of me, I thought the baby must have ...
... and it neighbouring region. The only interesting thing up there is the small fortress on a rocky outcrop, in a perfect strategic position: straight in the middle of the only pass leading to Split!
And in fact it's been a perfect strategic spot for millennia. If the fortress that we visit today dates back mainly to the Venetian era, the list of people and tribes having held or attacked that bit of mountain is impressive: Illyrians, Romans, ...
... things home. After this we went to the Astronomical Clock Tower in the Old Town Square and watched the sunset from the top. It was a good view from the top, but a little bit cloudy, so the sunset wasn't as good as hoped, but still pretty. :) We then found a restaurant for dinner. Gem had a traditional Czech goulash dish with bread and bacon dumplings, Kristy had a fried cheese dish, and I had a salmon wrapped in bacon with grilled vegetables dish. It was really nice. :) we ...
Lots has happened so will keep it brief. Left Cavtat passing close to Dubrovnik which was amazing. Sailed on to Sipan Island, out for dinner, lovely people, next day stopped at Trsnick village for lunch and on to Luca Bay with 40 other beside Korcula Town, a stunning ancient town. Next day after some serious shopping in Korcula sailed to gorgeous fishing village of Locice where we moored close in. Next day we left early, had lunch at little ...