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We were up early to drive the ninety minutes along the coast to Split. Some of the most beautiful coastline we've ever seen, dotted with small islands and clear green water near the shoreline.
We arrived in Split and headed off for the ruins of Diocletian's Palace. It's rectangular, about 160 x 190 metres, and has four central gates on each side - the golden, silver, brass and iron gates. We walked in through the brass gate and descended into ...
... yet another stunning little town; Trogir. Surrounded by massive town walls, Trogir is lined with quaint little cobbled alleyways in which to lose yourself. I could just stroll for hours marvelling at the textures of the old buildings, the charming old timber shutters and ornate stone work which adorns the buildings.
It is all so very pretty and tomorrow we are off to the island of Hvar, this is all just so ...
Woke up to rough weather this morning so at 6am we moved camp and anchored across the other side of another island. A couple of early rises got some nice sunrise photos. Went onto Vis island to a village called Komiza. It was a real traditional Croation community. Some very old ...
... are hoisted to the very top by a dumbbell basket waiter all very cute.
My favourite Island and many others favourite as well was Hvar, a beautiful rocky island known as the Lavender Island. The Island has a population of only 11 000 and tourism counts for 80% of the islands income. To farm the lavender soil has been cleared and terraces created quite interesting to learn how many kilos of lavender are needed to produce one litre of lavender oil shame I ...
... Split were by far the most fun I've met so far on my trip.
Aside from the amazing people I can't write a blog on Split without mentioning some of the sights. Despite being a rather touristy Split's Diocletian's palace still boasts something of historical interest while the coastline north of the city centre is a surefire way to avoid other tourists if you're getting sick of sitting on an overcrowded beach.