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... was being
cooked under the bell and almost ready for the grand unveiling !!! So
interesting. Cooked in a metal pan covered with a lid like half a bell on hot
coals and covered by hot coals. The chef showed me every step and loved that I
wanted photos of his work. 3 hours and dinner was ready and delicious. Lamb,
potatoes,veges and wine….Ready for another night of rocking gently to sleep and
for me not from the wine !!!! ...
... We do start with a steep uphill, then a nasty gravel path, but after this it's easy and picturesque. We take in the view to the old Benedictine Monastery, not used by the monks, but a restaurant and tourist destination. And then the view to the Adriatic, open across to Italy. We cycle to the lake inlet, checking out the local samphire growing in the rocks; very tasty. Our return journey in time for lunch on the ...
... up the road, and all that us girls are craving is salad! Our waiter is a smiley older woman, who reminds me of my Granny, and kisses one of the girls on the head when she bumps her - so sweet! Greek salad and a large glass of the local wine - happy girl. We all head to bed, thankful for a quiet night, only to find Amanda and Haralds have just got back - they took a wrong turn and ended up biking 50km instead on 10km - everyone will sleep well ...
... 20 K we were able to climb the very small spiral staircase to the viewing platform and as can be seen from the photos you do get a fantastic view.
We had some lunch in the old city and then Sue and Zac went to look at the many shops while I was able to find another great little drinking house with Wi Fi.
Only Split in Croatia left before we arrive in Venice for our last 3 days and then the 18000 km flight home.
... ships in a day during their peak season, which is hard to imagine. We had a great time just wandering around town, enjoying the local market, espressos at various cafés, people watching, and taking in the centuries-old stonework surrounding us. Our jet lag was pretty bad Thursday night/ Friday morning, so we didn't end up actually getting up until almost 10:30. We spent the morning checking out the daily market in Gundulić Square, having espresso and pastries on the square, ...