The Limestone Paved Street of Stradun, Dubrovnik September 19, 2018 by Michael Lai in A Photo a Week, Travel, Travel Croatia, Travel Theme, Tuesday Photo Challenge, Weekly Photo Challenge, Wordless Wednesday and tagged croatia, dubrovnik, Stradun Rate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
Would like to visit again!
Great looking at life and including the feel of the place
Yes, that’s what the photo intends to show!
So many people everywhere… 😦
Once several cruise ships arrive, the streets are full of people.
Yeah, I hadn’t thought of that, many people arrive by sea, right?
Dubrovnik is a bit far out from the rest of Croatia, people used to come by sea.
Yeah, I saw that on the map earlier this year when we were thinking of maybe hopping there from Paris for a few days.
People says it is an effect of the Games of Throne.
Yes. I’ve heard that. I am afraid there will come a time soon when access to many historic places will be limited…
Many places have been cordoned off:
Eiffel Tower in Paris, Stonehenge and for sometime, the Taj Mahal too.
Bhutan puts a restriction to the number of visitors to their country and demanding a minimum expenditure per visitor . . . .
That’s what will happen. Another restriction to freedom. And the minimum expenditure is not… fair. Think of young people backpacking with minimum money… They too bring to the local business: hostels, restaurants, sites…
My bro, unfortunately, we are living in a world with increasing restrictions that we don’t like to see.
Very true. And stifling.
Can’t do much about it . . . .