Travel Blogs from Mlini
... destroyed in the Homeland War and has only been backs in operation a few years. Out on the viewing platforms we cooked and sweated in the heat as we took the necessary photos of the Old Town, the bay, cruisers in harbour and the fun 'selfies'. We moved on to the Homeland War Meuseum that is housed in whats left of the Napoleonic built fortress that was the main vantage point for Croats in the war. A loop of BBC newsclips and room after room of photographic documentation of ...
... no hostels in Herceg Novi I believe, which was a treat, it meant we could sit out on the balcony and watch the sunset, sipping cheap ice cold beer from the shop below. Very pleasant. Had a mooch about the old town at night, which was very small compared to others along the coast. Found a nice fish restaurant that was fairly cheap. Dubrovnik was the next stop, up the coast into Croatia.
... are dotted along the narrow streets. We stopped for what Sophia says is the best pizza she's ever had in her entire life in one of the tiny little alleyways. We also walked around the entire old town on the top of the castle wall. It's another UNESCO World Heritage Site & I'm so glad we were able to experience the energy & living history of this ...
... then come all the way back down!!
Our 4-6hour tour wasn’t that at all. Clearly without tour groups in the way, you could easily cut this in half – or have Rory and I become super fit kiwis? (I don’t think so! heh)
From Plitvice, we took at bus to Zadar. The first Croatia town on the coast for us and the meeting point where our travels with our friends Nicky and Ian began.
Our reunion started with a giant pizza and beers sitting on the ‘Sea ...
... you are faced with
loads and loads of steps to the top of the close. Shops, restaurants and folks
houses fill most of these alleyways.
As much as this is a old town, from what I can see it is still the main hub
of Dubrovnik as I simply did not see many other shops anywhere in the city.
It was extremely busy in the old town today as two large cruise ships were in
dock. The one was at the North side of the city which means they were arriving