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Spent the first part of the morning sorting a new sim card so we can communicate, then it was exploring the local village on both sides of the island, weaving our way around the narrow streets and the shops dotted in all sorts of places. Certainly a tourist town with lots of restaurants to choose from and huge markets and you ...
The return trip to Croatia begins tomorrow. I hope you enjoy this travel blog. September 2: I am at the airport after clearing security, very quick with TSA Precheck, but unsuccessful in getting on the earlier flight to Seattle, they don't do standby or changes without charging $25. Another example of the de-bundling of services in the flying business. It will be a sad day when it costs to use the restrooms, which seems to be coming. So, I am hanging out at PDX instead of SEA. ...
... Greeks, it later flourished as a roman port. After time under Hungarian rule it spent 350 years under the Venetians . The cobbled streets are packed with 12th and 13th century buildings , in both Romanesque and Renaissance architecture , There is the Loggia , where justice was metred out and announcements made. The cathedral of St Lawrence with beautiful decorated doorway, the clock tower, ...
... buildings built outside the walls where the grapevines used to be.
We follow the river inland and pass many small fishing huts , there are many trout to be found where the salt water mixes with the fresh water. We pass empty terraces on The banks where grapes also used to grow
We stop at a mill which was used to grind flour to send to the pasta factory in town .Now it houses a restaurant using an old cooking technique. Wood is ...
... which was 6 to 10 I think.They also organised dinners at night to a cheap local restaurant where the food was top notch. Checked in and headed for the beach - Bacvice - the sandy one, as I was bored of pebble beaches. As it turned out, it was rammed and I ended up falling asleep sunbathing on the concrete bit at the back, which was more comfortable than it sounds. Went out for tea with a lad from San Francisco and an aussie from the hostel who organised dinners and ...