B&B Villa Dubrovnik Garden
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... near by. 2 others did the return walk down. The views over Kotor Bay were spectacular and the weather good for walking. 24 September This was our last day before returning to Dubrovnik and Croatia. The weather turned out to be the best day for paddling for the whole trip, so after a leisurely breakfast we were off to paddle towards Kotor for lunch. It was great to see the mountains above the bay where we had walked the day before. It was then pack ...
... Wine tasting actually turned out to be 4 full glasses of wine so was good! It was taking ages to bring out the next wine so we decided to buy a couple of bottles for the table and they were only €5 each! Croatia is so cheap! So we ended up drinking a lot more wine, probably their plan from the start. For dinner we were given a massive dish of veal, lamb, potato, carrot and zucchini stew. It's a traditional Croatian dish called Peka. Was absolutely delicious! ...
... made it in time and the lady Anka booked us a taxi to the next hotel in Dubrovnik (where our Topdeck tour starts from).
The new hotel was on the other side of The Old town in a place called Lapad. As we were really early we decided to grab their wifi and have some lunch. We meet a lovely older man from London who was telling us some stories about his colourful life. He'd lived all over the world in different places. Him and his wife just do travelling all ...
... Kolocep, Sipan and Lopud. The Captain of our boat was drunk and giving out free grapa and wine for most of the journey. At one point he even got a random 16 year old boy to steer the boat while he poured people some drink!! At the first island, Kolocep, we took a stroll round. There wasn't much to see apart from a few churches and we didn't have much time on the island but it seemed nice. There are no cars on any of these islands ...
... long ago - it could have been so hellish.
There are several museums and memorials dedicated to recollections of the conflict - which is referred to here as the 'Homeland War,' or less diplomatically as the 'War of [Serbian] Aggression.' By far the most gripping exhibition is at War Photo Limited - which tells the story through photographs. The look of pure fear and despair and grief - up close - in the eyes of civilians and soldiers alike, ...