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... is probably the part closest to town.
We took a local bus to Trogir about 20 km away. Another historic Old Town, but it feels a bit like a large gift shop. "It stands naked and leggy, for it is a walled city deprived of its walls. The Saracens levelled them, and the Venetians and the Hungarians would never let them be rebuilt. Now it looks like a plant grown in a flower pot when the pot is broken but the earth and ...
... to having a look around, this lasted about 150m before the heavens opened and we took shelter in a cozy little restaurant for a beer and bruschetta. The concern on our faces was plain to see as the previous week a number of ships had been damaged whist sailing due to the stormy conditions.
With the sky fury seeming to have resided we continued on our way and upon making the port were greeted with the sights, sounds and colours of a Croat wedding, with rescue flares being waved ...
... tourism trading establishments, I'm sure with some government assistance also, but it really looks great. See the photo of one of the first 24 hour clocks ever erected and displayed for the citizens. Looked great.
We did a lot of browsing and some buying, the exchange rate to the $AU from the Kuna is pretty good.
On our way to Venice, we have booked a trip to Verona, where for art thou Romeo?..
Last day! I remember thinking on about Monday that the week was going really slowly, which was awesome since it made the good times last. However, once we all got used to the motion of the ocean it all seemed to go much too fast and in the end the finish came all too soon.
The final day was a pretty relaxed affair, with some breakfast and another swim in the middle of the sea before motoring back towards Split. We didn't ...
... you can see all of the city. Stairs and hills and stairs later we got to the very top. The view is unexplainable and the pictures do no justice. We just stared at it and took it in. I probably took around 500 pictures of the same thing because I had to make sure I could look back at it over and over again. The beautiful sea framed by palm trees, old buildings, and so much green vegetation. On our way down the hill I saw a little side path so we decided to ...