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... Kastela. Undecided we wandered around the market then, though we'd changed our mind about Kastela, we thought we'd stick around until the bus arrived from Vodice in case our friends decided to make this a stop. Sure enough all four of them were on the 1:10. Stan & Doreen got off while Deloy & Linda stayed on to Dubrovnik. After wishing our friends yet another farewell the four of us went to the old city with Shane and I acting as tour guides. ...
... as warm as ever.
Stari Grad which literally translates to 'old town' was a similar set up to Vis, with the boats all parked up in a line and settled in at the marina for the night. We headed in to check out the town and get some coffee and wifi for a while before walking back up around the wee town and it's gorgeous tiny streets. Stari Grad is so caawwute - it's the oldest town in Croatia and in fact one of the oldest in all of Europe having ...
... we went to a restaurant and halved a pizza, it was big! - we met up with the girls from the boat and hung around them for a few hours , they were drunk lel but Alice and I are having a sober night. - Nathan got ****** and wants to leave the sail all together. Anyways he caught the local bus with us back to starigrad. - got back and played cards; spit, uno, memory, ********. Then went to sleepy ...
... we finally find a very basic and expensive apartment in Stari Grad. Here we can stay only 2 nights. Who cares as long as we have a bed.
Wednesday we call an agent who will show us one of the properties. In the meant time we make our own way around looking at a derelict hotel 1.3 million euros and a ruin of an old bakery 150,000. Both over looking the water but not quite right. We get a text from Tatijana the agent to meet her in at the cross ...
... came very close, jumped out of the water and rode our ship's wake.
For some reason (and we are not entirely sure why) we arrive late to Mljet meaning it is too late to visit the national park and two lakes. I’m not too worried having just seen Plitvicka Jezera. As we are docked at a very small town the boat offers us a Croatian BBQ option for dinner (only breakfast and lunches are included in the tour). It is delicious and again is another ...