Dubrovnik, Croatia

Dubrovnik was a quick stop. I only had a couple hours to explore this tourist-packed city. The highlight of the destination was a morning stop at a small family-owned property in the countryside that grows olives and grapes and produces small quantities of both (you guessed it) olive oil and wine. I got to test both at around 8 in the morning, and despite the early hour I strongly approve of both. The olive oil is certainly one of the best I've ever had.

 Operation of the olive press.

Operation of the olive press.

 This the land where the family continues to grow grapes, olives, and other plants for the production of olive oil and wine.

This the land where the family continues to grow grapes, olives, and other plants for the production of olive oil and wine.

 The man behind the incredible olive oil.

The man behind the incredible olive oil.

 Looking down on the old city of Dubrovnik from the surrounding coast.

Looking down on the old city of Dubrovnik from the surrounding coast.

 Within the old city walls.

Within the old city walls.

 Did I mention we stumbled across the filming of next season's Game of Thrones? I got quickly (and firmly) stopped by security after shooting this one.

Did I mention we stumbled across the filming of next season's Game of Thrones? I got quickly (and firmly) stopped by security after shooting this one.