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... With the bar tabs well and truly settled, we brought on board some supplies and chilled out on the deck to say our goodbyes as everyone was leaving the following morning. By midnight our tired bodies retired for one last sleep in our cabin before departure the following morning.
Up by 7:30am we repacked our bags and said goodbye to lots of people heading off either home or for another travel destination. As our ferry for Italy did not leave ...
... water or I was tempted to help someone take a swim. Luckily, the further we went the thinner the crowds became. We read about how the geography formed and learned that there is a ton of calcium carbonate supersaturated in the water that eventually begins coating everything in turbulent areas. This gives plants a substrate to grow on and this causes a huge mesh of waterfall, stone and plants. I have seen plenty of huge, amazing waterfalls, but never any that are ...
... to the bill which we didn’t have (including water) which they corrected with attitude and we certainly did not leave a tip.
We then headed in the opposite direction and found a small cocktail cafe. Should have spent our time here to start with! We saw lots of shrimp and crabs in the water so we had some fun exploring the shore before having a cocktail. We then went for a swim and saw a lot of sea urchins everywhere. Thank goodness for ...
... off to check out the tower.
The tower used to be a Ljubljanska Banka bank. During the Bosnian war it became the main sniper tower as it had a view over the main road. The building had a sharp triangular shape, which I imagine must have looked quite modern at the time it was built. Now though, the harsh angles contributed to its austere appaearance.
It was easy to enter as all the doors and windows had been blown in ...
This is the second largest city in Croatia, but it still retains some of the characteristic of a small town built in history as it was a Roman Castle constructed in the first century AD. We went to a small town of Omis about 25 kms south east of Split. Again it was an old wall city but in this case it had continued occupation and had a huge mountain range at the back. It was on one hand ...