Category Archives: food

Mostar: Dinner at Sadrvan

Dinner at Restoran Sadrvan (which means “fountain”) Jusovina 11, open daily 10am-12am This is in the Old Town on the other side of the river from the Coppersmiths Street, over the Old Bridge. Eddie, our Guest House host in Dubrovnik, … Continue reading

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More Meals in Dubrovnik

Konoba Kamenice This very popular restaurant is on the market square, an attractive square not too far from the main cathedral. We’d walked past it a few times, either just passing by or to stroll around the small market. The … Continue reading

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Eating in Dubrovnik: Konoba Pupo

Konoba Pupo We had lunch here one very hot day. We chose it really at random, because it looked quiet (compared to the bigger streets) and had shady umbrellas. It’s just off Od Puca, a small street that runs roughly … Continue reading

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Panoramic Views from Panorama

    In Dubrovnik (Croatia) the restaurant on top of Mount Srd (pronounced ‘surge’) behind the walled medieval city is aptly named “Panorama”. We went up in the cable car, and from the top the view can only be described … Continue reading

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Eating in Dubrovnik: Lady Pi-Pi

Lady Pi-Pi: Named after a voluptuous, very graphic statue at the entrance. Rod and I had been to Lady Pi-Pi on our last visit to Dubrovnik, on the recommendation of our apartment landlady. We loved it, for many reasons, and wanted to … Continue reading

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Dinners in Old Town Korcula

Eating in Korcula’s Old Town I wrote about lunches before so, now, dinner time: Note: I have a lot of pictures for this, so please be patient and scroll through.     Two places along the waterfront walkway that we … Continue reading

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Eating in Korcula Old Town: Lunch

Old Town Korcula has a large number of cafes and restaurants, especially along the waterfront and at the point of the peninsula. So, making a choice of where to eat is quite difficult as most of them look attractive and … Continue reading

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Importance of Language

Sometimes you do need to know the written language Most often when we travel to foreign countries we do not know the language. We try to learn a few basic words, which always helps to smooth the way, and our … Continue reading

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Split: Korta Caught Our Fancy

This place was so good, that we returned for dinner the same day. Korta Konoba (konoba means local restaurant), at Poljana Grgura Ninskog 3, serving authentic Dalmatian dishes, for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This restaurant is in an enclosed square … Continue reading

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Dolac—Zagreb’s Market

**Note: This article is very picture-heavy, as it’s so photogenic. But please scroll through and enjoy. Zagreb’s daily market is called Dolac. It’s a colorful, buzzing, must-see, often under-rated place, bustling with both locals and tourists. Even if you don’t … Continue reading

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