I started my new, lonely Dubrovnik experience with a walk down to the new town and through the harbor. On the way back, I stumbled upon Cafe Bar Art and had a couple cups of coffee while I worked on my computer. It was colorful and quirky, with bathtub seats and odd decorations. Whether that’s your taste or not, it was a great place to chill out and have a coffee or a beer, so I might go back.
I guess since I’ve seen a lot of the things, I’ll just post other things I like. This is a street with a lot of plants on it on the way up to my apartment. I like it so I took a picture of it.
And I took a wander around the outside castle walls. The sun had set and it was a cool color so I took a picture of it.
The last couple days I’ve just kind of worked and wandered around a bit. This morning I decided to take a bus to the other side of the city and walk back, which I did via a hike through Petka – a park/hill overlooking Dubrovnik and the Adriatic. It was a nice walk, although decidedly uphill and longer/more tiring than I thought it would be. But I saw like 1 person the entire time, as it isn’t a very popular spot this time of year.
And then I had dinner at a vegetarian restaurant., Nishta. It was nice to get some more traditional vegetarian food, this one a homemade veggieburger.
I also did laundry, but they don’t have a dryer, so I hung it out on the line that stretches between the two buildings. But I didn’t try to get all of the water out of them first, so it was dripping on the courtyard for a while. I don’t really know what I’m doing. I hope they’re try tomorrow morning when I’m getting ready to go.
I realized I hadn’t actually taken any pictures of the old buildings I was wandering around everyday, so I took a picture of one. One. You can Google the rest.
I closed out the week smoking the Cuban I bought in Split out on the wall at night (don’t tell anyone, or do, I guess it doesn’t matter now), and then got up this morning to grab a bus over to Montenegro.