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... the dictatorial and brutal Diocletian who claimed himself as imortal but at the same time had an elaborate musileum built as his burial place. Soon after his death the muselium was raided by Christians who dumped his body into the Adriatic Sea and converted the musilium into a Catholic Cathederal.
Also saw architecture from the Renaissance, Gothic and Venetian periods. Enjoyed a male quartet using the acustics of an ancient chamber to sing a ...
... town, lots of little shops. None of the usual tchotchke stores selling t-shirts, ashtrays, and shot glasses with Hvar stamped on them. No, these were lovely little boutiquey places selling clothes, jewelry, and other classy handmade souvenirs. Lavender is really big here. According to Rick (our trusty written travel guide), Hvar was responsible for 10 percent of the world's total lavender production in the 1960s and '70s. Pretty ...
... houses was built in the 1400s and had been restored by the couple who owned it! Such a commitment to preserving the history of the island!
On arriving back at the hotel we had a quick nap and then showered and headed into Hvar for a walk - later on enjoying the beautiful views out over the bay and walking home about 11pm.
It has been a really beaut day on the quaint little island and one that will stay in our memories for ...
... were sea urchins everywhere. Later we sailed to a windsurfing beach but it was too hard to anchor so we kept going all the way to Stari Grad on the island of Hvar. Finally we got there and had an icecream and then later had dinner. Robert showed us these things that looked like shrimp from far away but were actually the mouths of fish that had come up to the surface. Later for dessert I had chocolate crepes. Next we went to ...
... the ship. A great way to end the day was a show put on by the staff. All Indonesian. All totally unorganized with their usual infectious smiles and happy nature. Funny story about monkeys, a very clever hand dance and a farewell song. (Stuff I never got to see in when in Bali) There was a mention that last minute changes had to be made due to crew being ill with the current rough sea. Off the ship today and on land. An island (I think) called korcula in Croatia. It's lovely ...