Photos of Villa Orsula
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Orsula Dubrovnik
Travel Blogs from Dubrovnik
... some of the guys arranged a white, foam party on board the boat. The white I joined in with, the foam party I did not. I was still feeling pretty sick and didn't want to make it worse.
Hvar was in the cards for our fourth day of sailing. With my early night the previous I was up in time for breakfast and sun baking on the roof in no time. We ate a buffet lunch and had to hang around on board until mid afternoon. We passed the time playing a seemingly never ending game ...
Breakfast was less exciting than the day before, some bread, meat, cereal and eggs. We ate and made our way upstairs to tan, trying to lather up my burnt chest with sunscreen which sort of worked. We stopped for a swim spot where the water was 25-30m deep, a bit scary but mostly just really cool and warmer than expected. We docked into Dubrovnik pretty early, which looked incredible and quite huge. We all walked to the bus stop together where Jemma gave us a run down on our plans ...
... into an ethnic war.
The people of Dubrovnik were still protected by the ancient city wall which served them well as they were attacked from higher ground. Since the some of the towers of the wall are as much as 15 feet thick, the citizens of the city took cover in the towers during the attacks. Much of the city was devastated by mortar shelling. In 1994, a peace was finally negotiated. The city has now been rebuilt and is a bustling tourist destination. We were amazed ...
... stopped for some Croatian beers.
Jody found a new favorite beer in the old town. It may be because we were really thirsty after hiking the 'Great wall' around the old city Dubrovnik.
Attached various pics of Dubrovnik and the old town.
While leaving the old town to head back to ship we came across the beach Jody was looking for so stopped there to pick up some sea glass and stick our feet in the Adriatic Sea water.
I woke up today to the feeling of the boat stopping, so I got up and put my bathers on and went up to the top deck. We were docked in one of the most beautiful and tranquil bays I've ever seen, and the sun was finally shining and the water was a magnificent shade of green or blue. I jumped off the boat and went for a swim for a little while then got back on board and lay in the sun for a little while. Darren got up not long later and came up, so we went in the water again. We only went ...