Hostel Tomaya

Address: Pojisanska 25 11F, Split, 21000, Croatia | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Split

Day 2 of cruise - Split from 9-5

A travel blog entry by fionaferrar on Apr 26, 2015

1 comment, 10 photos

... I walked.

Found a sweet shop - had very unusual marshmallow sweets. I bought a strawberry and orange one, and really liked them when I ate them later. Then I found the palace area, and climbed up the bell tower. I had thought other stairs on my trip had been steep, but they were nothing compared with these. The fall between the steps was maybe around 18 inches - too far for a shortie like me. So I clambered up using hands and feet! The view from the top was very nice - the ...

More Seashore and sunshine

A travel blog entry by craftyannie on Apr 25, 2015

37 photos

... when the shelling started, huddling in shelters with neighbours, fleeing to Italy with her sisters and living there as a refugee, and the whole issue of suddenly facing the idea that people who were your friends yesterday are your enemies today just because you are Croat and they are Serbian or some other nationality. Although her sisters, at aged 9 and 11 returned to Croatia to live with their father Sibile, who was 23 at the time, never did and lives ...

Sail Croatia

A travel blog entry by kirag on Jan 15, 2015

13 photos

... again that was sh**. The adventure was fun and laughing at each other trying to get into the rocky beach was hilarious though. However we saw sea urchins with our goggles and bailed. When getting in our kayaks to leave, a speed boat could clearly see we were leaving but the idiot came really close to the shore creating big waves for a tiny kayak. So Malaika and I capsized onto the shore and smashed into other boats and my leg got stuck in it. It felt ...

Split Old Town

A travel blog entry by wanderingreads on Sep 22, 2014

21 photos

... Directly above the Podrum (step where Public announcements were made), stands the Vestibule. Diocletian's private apartments formed a block along the seafront, and this was the grand entrance into his quarters. The domed roof would originally have decorated with mosaics, and the walls faced with marble. We were lucky to hear a Group singing ...

The Rest of the C and C

A travel blog entry by pratthor on Jun 30, 2014

1 comment, 27 photos

... crossed what was left of the river to the other side and then down on a dusty, bumpy gravel road. We passed another waterfall, all of this driving in the shadow of Hekla, a 1400 meter cone volcano (flat and broad), unlike the ones we have in the Pacific Northwest. We saw The flanks of Hekla but the top only intermittently through the clouds. We made it back onto pavement and motored all the way to Reynisfjall, just before the village of Vik. We went down to a black sand ...