Importanne Resort Dubrovnik
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We woke to our usual morning routine and headed out the door to go kayaking around Old Town Dubrovnik and Lokrum Island. Before leaving the house I glanced at my watch and noticed it was an hour out. Wondering how my Swiss watch could be malfunctioning already I reset it and headed out the door. We arrived at our kayaking excursion and were joined by several Australians and Americans about our age. After a quick paddling tutorial ...
Total distance travelled: 3,534 nautical miles
The final navigation day before we arrive at our ultimate port of call, Dubrovnik. This is one of the added ports at the last moment due to swerving the Black Sea. For the whole day, the ship was cruising (hence the name: 'Cruise Ship'!!) at 11 knots (21kph) up the Adriatic, due to pass the heel of Italy and on to Croatia. Having monitored the speed of the ship on other days, it is currently only sailing at half ...
... into the top floor of a restaurant. It was a great vibe and we all had a great time. Isaac made a group Grace, and everyone was getting caught up in making speeches. All in all they were very entertaining. If anyone stood up I would start clinking my glass and shouting speech. Everyone would catch on and the offending person would have to say something. We had so many bottles of wine, all on the house too, more than anyone could drink and we ended up getting very drunk. ...
... pizza, lavender sachets, coral jewelry and silver balls, which each shopkeeper will tell you is a unique Croatian design. In every clothing store you will find that striped nautical is the current fashion statement.
Around the town is a stone wall almost 1 1/3 miles in circumference. We walked over a genuine drawbridge in the wall to enter! The big source of entertainment is touring around the top of the wall. From there you can see across red tiled rooftops, churches, ...
... that was offered to the community by the family that lived there. Apparently, the Jewish community here was always very small, and for a long time lived (and were required to live) only on that one street, now called Zudioska ulice (Jewish street).
Later this afternoon, when it isn't quite so hot and some of the cruise ship tourists are gone, I plan to take a walk around the top of the old town walls. The views are supposed to be gorgeous.