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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... with tall, arched ceilings, which now houses many souvenir stalls. We moved past these which then led us into the 'Peristil', an open courtyard where the cathedral and tall bell tower (built in the middle ages) are found. Here, we found an information point and collected a map.
We then went exploring the streets of this former Roman palace. The outside had more recent buildings placed over the front walls in places and some ...
... and anchored up. There was plenty of time for swimming and paddle boarding before we had lunch. And then we had another swim. The water is beautiful here! We motored for another hour and arrived at a bay called Palmizana. The place was packed with yachts. The Yacht Week regatta were there and they were partying hard. There was a huge boat moored up and they were pumping out the music with a packed dance floor on the top deck. It was like ...
When we arrived in Split, we had no idea where to go. We figured "old town" must be the spot where all the hostels are! We walked around for a bit and realized that just "finding" a hostel was going to prove difficult. We walked into a "fish spa" shop where a kind but talkative Croatian girl helped us find her favorite hostel in Split.
The hostel was called "Al's hostel." Al was an expat ...
... coastline, pristine water and great weather although apparently this is about to change - typical. Back on board we were fed another three course meal for dinner - blimey two three course meals a day is going to be big trouble. Only one problem at this stage the boat bar does not stock Champagne and I am really missing the regular bubbles and chats with female company. Just happen to have on board a fellow champagne drinker Sue from NZ - great now we just need ...
... the main boat we had a delicious lunch (tuna steaks). The kiwi boys we were hanging out with managed to wrangle an extra carafe of wine, so we were quite happy. Back to the sunloungers and a short trip to the town of Komiza on the island of Vis. This town is gorgeous, similar to Hvar with it's Marina, Venetian style buildings and palm trees lining the waterfront. It's quite a bit smaller though, and way less touristy. By now the effects of lunch had hit me so I had a snooze on ...