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... we played off the rocks. Hamish was the first one on and found a huge octopus and told Dad to come. Dad pulled at it's head but it was stuck to the rocks. Later we went to a very unique restaurant where we had Peka squid and Goat ( cooked for a long time under the bell) , lobster, sardines, and black cuttle fish risotto and goats cheese. After dinner had finished mum paid the bill and we all went to ...
... September, so we were able to enjoy the drive without tour buses or other gawking tourists.
That was fortunate, because Croatia's coastal road is stingy with turnouts where you can enjoy the eye-popping nature show. So we sometimes stopped in the middle of the road and looked. And, since there weren’t any cars coming our way, we looked some more. Amazing. Try that on the PCH, or not.
We left Dubrovnik awash in torrential ...
... into our hostel, we walked back into town for an orientation walk led by Louise. Myself, Karen, Kayla and Sheryn left the walk after sometime to the beach instead for a swim and some sunbathing. From the beach we went for dinner.
After that, me and Karen went for a wander around town. Karen bought some souvenirs - I ...
Bus into Korcula to check out the old town, we had to get back by 7pm because Sara dd not want to miss the Donkey races!
Donkey races - the whole town turned out to watch while people took turns racing a bunch of donkeys down the main street - a real good ...
... washing of the waves against the beach, the Mediterranean breeze caressing the olive plantations, and the insects and crickets chirping. That Friday night I repeated the dose of mussels and this time coupled with a mind-blowing squid ink risotto, a bottle of white wine, and raki as a digestive (fruit liquor). I would easily rate this meal amongst the top 20 in my life (side note: there's this restaurant in Damascus, Syria, called Naranj, where I had one of the ...