Back into Dubrovnik Old Town
Once back down, we walked to the North gate of the Old Town and carefully walked down the steep steps until we reached the main street again.
At the corner was an ice cream parlour and we treated ourselves to a cornet each. We made phone calls as we ate the ice cream sheltering from the sun down one of the many alleys.
In the square I watched tourists sorting out their access to the ATMs there.
Despite the heat the walls were busy.
I took the opportunity to practice taking silhouettes of passing tourists against the brightly lit walls opposite.
Leaving Dubrovnik Old Town
We retraced our steps out of the Old Town and caught the next shuttle bus back to the ship. We past this art on the side of building.
On the quayside the large hanger like building had a row of stalls selling souvenirs and clothes.
We checked out what was on offer before boarding the ship.
The rest of the afternoon was spent enjoying the sun on our balcony and watching the tourist boats passing by.
Sailing out of Dubrovnik
The cable car to the fort was visible on the far hillsides.
Then as Oceana made the turn we could see Dubrovnik Old Town’s walls.