Our chosen locale was not Dubrovnik itself but rather a small village called Mlini, on the ‘Dubrovnik Riviera’ — ten minutes by bus from Old Town.
The morning sun, which hurt the backs of our eyeballs thanks to what had transpired the night before, gleamed off the Adriatic like a million fireflies, as the speedboat from Korčula deposited us at the quaint hamlet of Pomena, population 50,… Read More ›
After a long, hot day exploring Split, a wonderfully comfortable, air-conditioned catamaran ferry took us to the dreamy island of Korčula.
On our first day in Split, we weren’t in the mood for ‘pizza cut’ at 9:30AM, and we didn’t need to change money — so we did what everyone comes to Split to do: we left (just for the day)…. Read More ›
OK, OK… so Split wasn’t quite that bad, but after two nights we were ready to, uh, split — as quickly as possible.