Medieval Obidos

After the hotel’s excellent breakfast, at 8:45am, we left and headed for Obidos. As much as Eitan tried to find fault with Dan’s excellent stick-shift driving, he had no problem sleeping for long periods with Dan at the wheel, as did Eitan’s wife and mother-in-law. But, once we arrived at the parking lot, Dan failed…

Korcula Wine Region

And we arrived at Korkula, it is the second most populous Adriatic island after Krk,  and the most populous Croatian island not connected to the mainland by a bridge! Our Airbnb host was waiting for us at the terminal, she was super nice and quite a character and helped the strongest of the group (Nadeem) to carry…

Pearl Of The Adriatic

Today is the second day in Dubrovnik. Today we separated as Tania and Nadeem are huge fans of the show Game of Thrones, so they decided to take a tour of the filming locations around the old town. We haven’t seen the show, so we booked an old city tour in the morning and a…

The Bay Of Kotor

We took an expensive car (driver set up by the nice owner of the hotel we were at) to bring us to the bay of Kotor, our first stop in Montenegro. Montenegro was part of former Yugoslavia and gained independence in 2006. The vote heralded the end of the former Union of Serbia and Montenegro –…

The Vegetable

In this post I will refer to Sarah as “The Vegetable”. You might not know this but when Sarah gets cold, she develops severe muscle atrophy, brain paralysis and speech impediment; in other words Cold Sarah = Cucumber. So today we took the subway for about an hour to Suwon, “The City of Filial Piety”…