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... not going to pay the excess baggage fees to have clean clothes for a longer trip. The laundry room is also a great way to meet new people with their guard down. It seems sort of silly to be wary of others while folding your own socks and ...
... haunting noises which come out through holes in the walking path on the edge of the island peninsula. It's an amazing experience, to listen to the changing tones as the waves and the wind wash against the sea wall. Time for a glass of wine to experience this lively place. Bašić also created the Sun Salutation, a solar panelled circle which captures the Sun's energy to power the lights along the promenade at night, as well as creating a sound and light ...
... we drove back to the hotel and parked up and went and had a shower to warm up and try and get out clothes dry. We walked back to town to grab some lunch, meanwhile the thunderstorm was still going strong. The storm here is nearly better than the one we had in Hawaii, the thunder is seriously so loud and fork lightening! Lunch was tasty - 2 x 500ml beers, a large pizza and spaghetti, cost us less than $30 Aussie - we love Croatia ...
The ferry from Makarska to the Island of Brac was picturesque but uneventful. We are extremely lucky that Phoebe, in common with most her age I believe, gets excited about all forms of transport. Ferries are particularly popular for the large number of steep steps that need climbing - she talks about them for days. Brac is about an hour and a half drive across and we headed to Bol, Croatia's top windsurfing spot, on the south coast. The forecast was ...
... swim back and forth and hang out in the…. Tepid.. (I’m being generous) water. I am still trying to figure out how the same waters off the northern coast of Egypt are like bathwater and here they are cold. It seems cruel.
Finally finding out that the walls were to keep sheep with a total of over 300,000 on the island they were famous for their sheep cheese, and lamb.
Rusher made an excellent point. Why is frowned upon to eat Veal when we eat lamb?! ...