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... lavender, sage, curry and peppercorn. The trees are mainly pine which adds to the aromatherapy experience while walking through the forest. The next day we decided to rent a car and see more of the island. We drove to the town of Stari Grad that was the first settlement on this island by the Greeks in the 3rd century BC. The old town was amazing, with plenty of cafes and young families enjoying the waterfront area. We toured ...
... booked back in January was beautiful. On the top floor with 180 degree sea to sky views and a wrap around balcony. However within 20 minutes we’d done our best to wreck the place. Sarah flushed a whole toilet roll down the toilet and Stewart had his first of many fights with the sun umbrella on the balcony. The umbrella won the first battle, but Stewart won the war. No-one was killed! We had 3 whole weeks at this apartment on the outskirts of ...
... morning of travel!
So with that harsh lesson well and truly learnt we promptly left to try and buy the correct tickets for 10.30am and to get a refund on the wrongly issued tickets. Lucky for us there were 18 seats left on the 10.30am and after a bit of a walk to the head office we also got our refund, great we were now onto a great start to a great day…
Oh dear, now a thunderstorm ...
... went down, and as we were at the bar, we heard a loud thump, and I went out to see what it was and realised Darren had fallen from the top deck down the ridiculously steep stairs!! He hadn't hit his head or anything luckily, but his ankle was really sore, and he couldn't move it! Eventually he could wiggle his toes, so we knew it wasn't broken, but he was pretty embarrassed and because of that got a little bit angry, so I helped him down the stairs and after a bit we went to ...
... it cleared properly it was time to explore the Spilt equivalent of the 'tan'. A huge parkland where the locals walk, run and train. It was a popular place late afternoon and though we did not run, the walk there and back to our apartment was about 8 kms. Technology defeated me tonight. In my usual downloading of today's photos from the camera to my iPad, somehow all the photos were deleted. So we have a few Michael took on his iPhone, where his favourite is trying panoramas, as you will ...