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... it's a delight to be in. It seems to be at the bottom of something called the velebit ki kanal. The Croats obviously have a different idea of what a canal is to ourselves. We've decided to stay put for a couple of days before moving on to Braca (an island) via Split and then turning around to go to the Plitvicka national park as we start to head back in about a weeks time. And that's about as much of a plan as you'll ever see us ...
... us and the next second she was out of the aircraft far somewhere down. Even before my brains could analyse what had happened, Grego started pushing me to get into the take off position. Ready at the take off position, I had barely 2 seconds in which Grego was making necessary adjustments for the jump, before he tilted his body on the outside sending the two of us into a freefall frenzy which lasted for around 40 sec. Initial few seconds were lost in understanding what had happened ...
Today was the day everyone had been looking forward to for a
relax on the beach. We headed down to breakfast at 9:30 and then went out to
wander the shops. We didn’t enjoy this very much as when you entered a shop,
the store owner would watch you the whole time and even follow you around the
store. We got a T-Shirt however were unable to find a hat pin anywhere. By
11:00 we were back at the hotel. I had a short ...
... Lib could have done without the adventure she pointed out to me.
The next day we went for a bike ride along an educational trail in the middle of the island. It included climbing to the 780m summit of Brac's biggest hill (luckily not from sea level) where we got some awesome views of all the islands and of Bol. We also got to explore some of the inland areas on a gravelly track which was great - much better for getting a feel for the place ...
... the most interesting aspect of the exhibition was reading about the motivation for an individual to donate their object, and why they felt it was time to completely detach from their broken relationship. Emotions ranged from pure spite to bittersweet goodbyes, and I couldn't help but wonder if that object or memory might have made them all hopelessly happy once upon a time.
Having satisfied our burning desire to educate ourselves a little, ...