DUBROVNIK & THE DALMATIAN COAST
What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?
The serenity of Mijet Island National Park. The hustle and bustle of the "cruise ants" around Dubrovnik. Food, glorious food - freshest seafood, crispy pizzas, gooey pastries, gelato of every flavour imaginable!
What did you think of your group leader?
Dalibor was excellent, professional and efficient. Underwent his duties with care, consideration and with his sense of humour
Do you have any advice for potential travellers?
Don't bother taking Kuna's - you'll get a much better rate of exchange once you're there. Travel light - it's all very casual.
Is there anything else you would like to add?
I would have liked an extra night in Trogir, a really pretty harbourside old town. We all ate together every night, which although great fun we did pay the price - not in Kuna's however, just the length of time it took to for meals to appear, but hey ho we're on holiday and when it did arrive it was scrummy. We just had to have another glass of wine whilst we waited - no hardship there! Croatia is still very unspoilt in parts, beautiful islands, bays, scenery and people - a world away from your "bucket and spade" brigade. Hospitality was generous and gracious. Put it on your "to go" list - and make it soon!!