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... on new balcony. Not as close to the water as our last few but a lovely view. The number of steps to get there would be testament to that. No gym leg workouts required in coastal Croatia as everything is up and down steep hills. The little market with deli's and wine shop offers tastings of their local cheeses and cured hams. We tasted and purchased a truffle infused cheese which was delectable. We investigated the options for boating trips to the ...
Today, we rented a boat. Yesterday, me and Johan walked around for like 2 hours and talked to a bunch of different companies you could rent from. We ended up getting a 150 hp 6,2 metres riblike boat. We also got a skipper. We all know how to drive a boat, but apparently you need an international skippers license to drive a boat like that in Croatia, or you might get fined. The skipper was a really cool croatian guy called Ivan. We met him in the morning ...
Our morning was quite uneventful as we just packed up and hit the road to find some breakfast. We did in the form of a supermarket. That's where the excitement started for me anyway as I took the long leg driving back to Split. Not too much excitement though, it was actually pretty uneventful which is a good thing I guess when it comes to driving. The best part was definitely the 5.7 km tunnel. The way it is lit makes you feel like ...
... we went to, like many of the others we've visited was super small. A few of us girls found a pebbly stone beach where we had a pretty grand time throwing stones in the water and then into a bucket we later found. It doesn't sound that fun, but you had to be there as we made a great game out of it.
As the afternoon rolled around, the water got a little rougher and choppier for our return to Hvar. I still had the front and while it didn't bounce as hard (or ...
... in a tiny alleyway up some stairs. First our driver said he would find an access that had the fewest steps. It would be a little further but it would be easier for Bruce. Next, our driver led us through a labyrinthine maze of passages that would have been difficult to navigate on our own. Then we landed at the door of the number that seemed to be our address. No the owner told our driver in Croatian, the street doesn't go in a straight line, our section is around a corner and up ...
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