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... or 11 am departure via water taxi to Split, another UNESCO World heritage site. We spent the rest of the day and evening wandering the streets of Split and enjoying our last meal together in Croatia before heading back to Italy for a final week together.
Treats for me from our sailing adventure included the dolphins we saw jumping ahead of our boat on our first full day aboard; the expression on the face of a women who worked in ...
... stopped in the Frai, which has two famous Titian paintings and a Bellini. We enjoyed the massive altars and some of the side rooms. Dinner was at a restaurant midway between our hotel and Seiglinda, Rudi and Thomas' hotel. We met for drinks in the campo in front of the restaurant, and then enjoyed a last meal together. They fly back to Munich tomorrow. It was fun meeting them and sharing stories. September 24: Today was a sight seeing day. We had a leisurely breakfast thought ...
... the leisurely boat ride return to Split. For dinner I was in the hunt for recommended non tourist restaurant; a rare bird to find. Great navigating was required to find one on my list, but unfortunately it had succumbed to cashing in on tourists. Relatively high prices, a charge for every item (bread, oil, Parmesan etc) and the usual fare. Can't expect to find other than Dalmatian/ Croatian food here, but I am totally confirmed that Asian food is my ...
... in some of the most crystal clear blue water you will ever see. All of the New Zealanders went to the island so it was good just jumping off the boat, swimming around, fishing and sinking bulk frothys. Ash a big fella from Sydney managed to snag a few fish but they were about the size of tadpoles.
That night was the pirate party. We we got dressed up in pirate gear and drank cocktails with a ...
... tickets for the fast boat.
We had a couple hours to kill, so we walked over to Split's nearby main tourist attraction, Diocletian's Palace. Diocletian was an ancient Roman emperor who was mostly known for two things: killing Christians and instituting an edict which froze the prices of most consumer goods in order to combat raging inflation which was occurring in the Roman empire at that time, due to the debasement of the currency ...
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