Hostel Split Mediterranean House
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... great power, and the palace befitted his position. It represented a new type of fortified and luxurious imperial residence, whose northern quarters were designed to accommodate the military and servants, while the southern part served for the Emperor's residential and religious purposes. During the Middle Ages, poorer classes from nearby Salona took refuge in times of conflict.
Over the past fifty ...
... taking place in one of the squares in the old town that I came across on the way back from dinner one night. It was the kind of thing I’ve seen often in Europe but haven’t encountered much yet in the Balkans.
Split’s cuisine leaves some to be desired. I found it to be mostly overpriced Italian food like pizza and pasta generally done poorly for the tourists. Sometimes the "Menu of the Day" is a good choice for lunch in ...
... adopted Euros as the currency is still quite weak. At the conversion of 5.25 times to the AUD you almost feel like Kuna is Monopoly money. We then took a stroll through the Palace and decided to eat at the Uje Oil Bar. The food was very authentic Croatian and fresh. When we were first seated to eat the music playing was Men at Work "Down Under" which we thought was very fitting. We were joined by some other Australians from Brisbane. The one ...
... games, a great end to an amazing week (and a bit)
Top 10 moments of Sail Croatia:
10. Dean getting woken up for breakfast
9. Is that Palmolive?
8. The big ride around Mjiet (led by Adam 'Lance' Nisbet) with a dip in the lake
7. White water rafting 'mickey mouse' style and into the waterfall
6. Jumping off the boat and watching people either: salmon, lose glasses, cork themselves or the good old belly whacker.
5. The ...
... fry. But when we got there, they only had the tiniest range of veggies, so I had to give up on that idea! We bought some juice, coke and chocolate which we dropped back at the hostel before going down to Konoba Lučac for dinner. I couldn't possibly eat any more pizza or pasta, (which is about the extent of vegetarian cuisine in Croatia!) so I got some soup and veggies, Darren got a pasta and we shared some chips. After dinner we headed back ...