B&B Villa Dubrovnik Garden
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... it's more expensive that Split with crazy prices being asked for touristy trinkets, clothes and jewellery. I still managed to eat some beautiful seafood meals for under AUD$15 (mussels are the speciality in this region) and stopped in the odd bar for a glass of locally made red wine for around AUD$5 per glass. In the time I had here, I was able to organise two different day tours. On Monday I travelled down to Montenegro and we ...
... Determined to work off all the ice cream we'd been enjoying we rented bikes the next day and took off to Lumbarda. Not a tough ride though I did wonder as we went through the countryside and saw a sign telling us to watch out for wild boar. Not the kind of thing we're used to in Canada. Pretty ride though.
So we met up with our friends again enjoying the city and a few games of crib and cards. Then we were off to Dubrovnik.
What a culture shock! From relatively quiet ...
... the belt. Up the front of the stage two girls come over, girl number one informs me her friend is very keen and tries to get us to kiss, I have to apologise quickly, telling her I can't do that. Eventually the group of guys from our Topdeck and girls from our Topdeck merge and Victoria comes over to dance, she definitely left her halo at home tonight, she is getting lower than Mayu which is saying something. We leave shortly after this, both quite drunk.
This particular ...
... balance and had to take a few steps back. So this incredible wall that has been built over the centuries to protect from potential attacks was never actually attacked, until the civil war in the 90s. It offered refuge for the residents to hide in while the Yuggoslavian National Army attacked the city. Even though it was hundreds of years old, it still served an incredible purpose and did not fall under attack. ...
... on the ship with us. They are a family of pharmacists with their respective fathers both having been pharmacists. They are travelling with his 80 year young mother, who swims the furthest. A lot of retired teachers esp from Aussie.
On Thursday we head to Hvar.
On the way to Trstenik - Another swim stop. Life is a beach at times ( is that a saying!)
Wines growing in Trstenik - Nice steep hills. The ...