B&B Villa Dubrovnik Garden
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... you can buy 1.5 liters for under $3. That's the price you pay for a view. We bought 2 coffees and then later saw the walkway that led around the city walls where local men swim and an old woman was fishing with her cats. OK, the cats weren't fishing, but still hoping she caught something. We found the perfect spot to hang out and soak up the sun while watching the tour boat and the world go by.
The sunsets and views ...
... hardly ever hold you up for long.
Our lunch stop, chosen at random by dint of being half way turned out to be a gem. We ate outside on the beach and watched the ferry to one of the islands arrive. A little bizarre to find that, other than us, all of the customers at the restaurant appeared to be Japanese.
The D8 continues southwards along the coast, at one point it darts inland and goes through a river delta ...
... steep and rocky so we got bounced around quite a bit. There were also a number of pretty good puddles and mud spots so when we stopped for the first time you could tell how much fun each car had. Some were completely covered in mud and then there were the girls practically screaming at the guy drivers for getting them all dirty. Too funny! Our fears at the start of the tour were confirmed when Bree took over driving and we ended up behind a real “hot shot” ...
... some drinks at the apartment then went out to the same outdoor club that I had been to last year with my busabout crew. Brought back good memories from last year! The next morning we were all struggling a bit and verno was up at the crack of dawn waking everyone up but he did redeem himself by cooking us all eggs for breakfast. We had to meet at the marina at 1pm but our part was so far away so a very hard walk in that heat. We met our captain and the rest of our group and ...
... coastline looking out south. By the time we got to the old town it was 6pm and time to climb the mountain where there was a fort and amazing views of the city. It was not an easy climb, especially after already walking miles that day. It's about 400m high, though I'm not sure if that's measured from sea level or where the track starts and you had to walk a fairway uphill to reach the track. But it was amazing at the top and we timed it beautifully ...