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... and this one was especially notorious for the fish which ate the poo), not really a place to swim so we took a walk over to another, much prettier, bay and had a swim and a beer there, which was really nice. The Croatian beaches/rocks are pretty built up, and there was bars and restaurants and those nice white deck chairs all the way along the rocks. It's cool in some ways, since you can go straight from the bar/restaurant to the water, but does take away ...
... had a fully functioning gym. All lit up at night, often accompanied by music and their own private party up on deck, so everyone walking past could see how decadent they were!
Hvar town is estimated to draw 20,000 people a day in summer. It is surprising that they can all fit in the small bay town, where 13th century walls surround beautifully ornamented medieval architecture and traffic-free marble streets, but they do. Our accommodation was nothing short of mind-blowing. ...
... is semi-circular and has 2 entrances. Most people swam into one, and round the cave for a few minutes and then out of the other entrance. The cave itself was quite spectacular - quite large, there was lots of room for all the swimmers, and quite green - hence the name. Sadly I don't have any photos of the inside of the cave as I don't have a waterproof camera.
Lunch was eaten on board the boat - fish and ...
... Sophie’s last day we hired bikes and rode around to Jelsa to show off our dream, the package. Jelsa is in full throttle and is flooded with tourists and boats. The building looks better than we remembered and we are now deeper in love. We point out the mountains behind and remind her the land is there somewhere. We all want the package and have a meeting with agents tonight to see how their progress is going with the crazy man and the Belgium ...
... NZ$120 for the night) and bought some supplies and departed for the other end of the Pakleni Islands to a mooring we were familiar with from last trip.That turned out to be our new home for the next two days and nights and each evening again a dinghy came by looking for the payola for parking in their bay. That cost 150 kuna or NZ$33 just to hold the mooring. We spent the days swimming and drinking and eating and more swimming.
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