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... like you get at home...strange but lovely to swim in. We then headed around to Palmizana which had an almost "hippy" feel as we walked through the bush to the other side ...to the beach! The beach being solid rock...no sand on these beaches. Sun loungers are scattered around on the rocks to be used at cost...being good kiwis we stayed on the rocks. More swims ...
... 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 ...
... before (likely the reason we were upgraded to the bigger boat we realized) while we walked slowly back up the hill, along the beaches with cider in hand to the campsite. We meandered our way back up the path, stopping for drinks as we went, before a swim in the cool water of our campsite’s private bay and settling in for a dinner of chicken and pasta Bolognese on the camp stove. A perfect, relaxing finish to our stay in Trogir; tomorrow we head to ...
Today we woke up very excited, today we were going to the beach. We all had our breakfast. I had some cereal and some milk. We then got into our swimmers and walked down to the beach. It was a long walk down the hill and then we had to walk along a dirt path. We found a pebble beach but it was to busy so we kept on walking. We were all hot by now and really wanted to get into the water. We finally saw another pebble ...
... of old Roman architecture that was nice to see. I almost exclusively stayed inside the old city area, although I did manage to also find the statue of Grgur Ninski and rub his toe, just outside the walls. I'm not really sure who that is, but I went by there and remembered reading about it on wikitravel, so I did it.
There were a lot of street singers in Split. Quartets or small groups of men just singing acapella. I haven't ...