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... are popular with tourists and locals. The 11:30 crossing we had hoped for was full so we got tickets for the next one and headed to Bacvice beach (about a 10 minute walk from the harbour) until the next one left at 3pm.
Imagine Bournemouth on a quiet sunny day - if that is possible! We arrived at approximately 10am and it was starting to get busy but there were still lots of spaces to set up camp. The sand was unbelievably hot so we hired a sunbed ...
... Oh ho!" Drele booms, "first we must feast!"
Vid, with the subtlety only available to the half-drunk, kicks me under the table. "Josh," he whispers, "I know you want to leave, but you can't without eating first."
"That was me, you idiot," Drele mutters darkly.
"It would be most rude to our host," he continues.
My issue: I'm Catholic, it's Sunday, and I really would like to find a church. I'm sure ...
... a great swimsuit coverup). We walked along the water front the way we had come the first night. Saw the tree growing out of the bar (actually there are two trees), saw the playground (I think the swing was already broken). Found the girls in the water at a big beach in front of a bigger hotel. Again nippy, but just for a minute. I wore my shoes in again - those rocks are too tough on feet. The water is just wonderful. You can see way to the bottom and it was calm and ...
... entertained by how much we obviously grubby and rather frugal backpackers were in awe of the food. After that, we went a little further down and then decided to head back since the motor on our boat made it so it would take a while to get back. Rachel drove for a while and Reece and I sat on the front talking. I hate how much I like him. Then I took a turn driving as we got into the harbor. It was such a lovely last day in Hvar with both of them!
... suggests her roots are part of the history here. Barbara has a book of shorts stories published and is about to have a second book released. Her web site is www.barbaraunkovic.com. Check it out. The short stories are brilliant.
We spent three days here, sampling the wine, the food, the scenery and the great company. We were made to feel so welcome it was tough to leave.