Dubrovnik was very small. It was not easy competing with the masses to flag down a cab by the bus terminal. Although walking the wall was not too challenging, we wished we would have only walked the section by the sea for the views. We did the cable car and it took awhile waiting in line. It is nice to spend a little time at the café on top of the mountain and enjoy the awesome view.
We went to Capri on our own for the whole day. If you go, take the boat ride around Capri. Our boat stopped at the Blue Grotto and transferred anyone who wanted to go in to another boat before we continued on.
In Malta, we took the Segway Tour ship excursion which took us to the Dingli Cliffs. It was fun, easy (we're in our mid-60's) and worth doing. The Dingli Cliffs are very scenic. We were able to see some of the architecture in Mdina from the bus on the way. Afterward, we had time in the afternoon to walk around Valletta’s Old Town.
Kotor was our favorite port for the sail-in and sail-out. Once there, we explored the Old Town. We thought we would get a boat to ‘Our Lady of Rocks’ but couldn’t find a boat that wasn’t too expensive for two people. We wished we had booked an excursion through the ship.