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... to ropes thrown our by the islands we visited, but otherwise it was all relaxing in the sun for me!
We stopped first at the Blue Lagoon, shallower water the most sparkling clear blue we’ve ever seen. We couldn’t wait to dive off the back of the boat after sitting in some blistering heat across the cool waters from Trogir. After a relax and swim, we again set sail past some beautiful islands, picking up to 7 knots in some places ...
... must have been a little better off).
Again, many cousins and family’s lived in the surrounding houses and streets.
We headed back into town for lunch, some pitta and burek from a local cafe. The kids had hamburgers (sliced civapis in turkish pitta bread and chips).
After lunch we went back to the house to relax. Didda's brothers daughter, Zdenka (Draza's cousin), was passing ...
... courtyards you traversed to see all the structures present - columns, clocks, statues, inscriptions, plaques, etc.
Outside the 'Golden Gate' were the remnants of a temple, the preserved altar of a church and a huge bronze statue of bishop Gregory of Nin. His toe was very shiny from everyone rubbing it. Also stumbled across a small antique market on the street out front and a regular type market on the outside wall with the silver gate. ...
... from the role when he felt he was past his best! He had the Palace built as his retirement home and some of the walls, gates and inner structures are still standing as are much of the basement structures. He was approached to go back to politics after retirement - they needed him - but he said no thanks as he needed to keep working on his vegie garden! A unique ruler for his time who didn't let the power corrupt him like so many others ...
... Gate, Silver Gate and "Pistura" Gate (not sure what the translation on that one means!).
Wandering through the streets of old town is so neat; some of which are now wider than 2 feet. It's amazing that no matter which direction you turn or where you look, someone most likely lives there! There are small balconies overlooking the busy streets with their potted flowers and laundry lines running every which way, and ...