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... by Diocletian). This also happens to make it the second oldest Christian cathedral in the world. Whilst in split I also went up the coast by bus to Trogir, which is located on a tiny island just off the coast and is one of the best preserved medieval towns in Europe. Built in the 15th century by the venetians, it consists of tiny medieval streets that wind organically through the town, limestone buildings and shuttered windows. There ...
... min. with a crowd of tourists. The driver came in, started the engine and we were on our way up.... right? Wrong! A quater of the way up the driver suddenly stopped the bus, got out, walked towards the back, came back and said: everybody out ! One of the rear carriage had a flat tyre. There were no other solution but to walk back to the point of departure and starting walking up ...
... boat at an almost 45 degree angle as we cut easily through the water. Some spectacular yachts, wooden sail boats and other sea-goers passed by, waving and enjoying the gorgeous sun, sea and water. We were very grateful that Marin said the weather was prefect for sailing – sunshine, calm waters and a very light wind.
Soon we stopped at the remote island of Solta, where we were greeted by the restaurant owner who threw out a rope to secure ...
... some people had turned into a nudie beach. We decided to just go down to the water by the rocks. I was so hot by that time so I walked around the rock pools and dipped my feet in the water. Not long after we started to wander around the rock pools we found some sea anemones. We started to check how much they could suck so we got three rocks and put them near the anemone. They started to suck at the rocks, they ...
... anywhere else in my travels yet, but it might just be this weekend. Right across the street from the Cathedral is the "museum of the Cathedral door." The Cathedral has one of those doors that's all carved wood and has a whole bunch of panels depicting various religious scenes. The 'museum' of the Cathedral door takes each panel and has a blown up picture of it, so you can see the panel very well, and then beneath it an explanation of the ...