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... a twenty minute wait and cost 13 kuna. Checked in to Hotel Palace Stafileo. Joined up with Jan, Ron and Varis almost immediately, went to buy a nano SIM card for the iPad and to the market for a sandwich and bitter lemon drink. We completed another short walk around the island with Varis before retiring for drinks at a quayside restaurant. We enjoyed the beer and at 5:30, 5:45 and 5:55, incessant ringing of church bells. Ron says the bells "went off" at 5:30 am this morning ...
We spent yesterday and today checking out many different towns, mostly along the coast of the country. Our first stop was a town called Solin, which is full of great history. Today, there are many ruins here that take up a large area of the town. We first walked through the ruins of a cathedral that dates back to the 2nd century BC. Many parts of the cathedral can still be made out including a large entryway and an area set out for ...
... of Nin Statue. Gregorious of Nin was a Croatian bishop in the 10th century and you will notice in our pictures that we are touch the large toe of the statue, which is also much shinier than the rest of the statues body. It is said that touching the shined toe brings good luck (needless to say we didn't win big in the Casino tonight!). We ended the day with a walk to the beach so we could dip our feet the ...
... going south down the coast - didn't go far before hitting lots of backed up traffic (some due to bungee jumping off one of the bridges we crossed !). Spent hours in traffic, but finally got to Trogir and decided to find somewhere on Ciovo island. Between the mainland and Ciovo is a little island with ye'olde walled tourist town on ...
... wine and beer overlooking the harbour all for £18.
The town rises early, the locals are up and about from 6am before the heat of the sun is in full force. There is a Fish market which starts from 7am in the Main Square and open for the morning, or until everything has gone! By 11am there is a lovely mixture of locals and tourists drinking coffee, catching up and enjoying the shade. We spent some time sitting on a bench ...