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Travel Blogs from Split
No sooner than we arrived in Vienna, we found ourselves loading our backpacks again! I really am loving living out of a bag! The best bit is digging through it for clean clothes! Anyhow, we flew into Split, Croatia, and it really seemed like ages since we had flown. All our luggage had to be precisely packed with no liquids etc! What a hassle! When …
... a walk around the corner and found a few rocks where you could jump off varying in height between 2-8m into water 20+ meters deep so we swam around and spent a bit of time having fun jumping off the them into the water with a couple of the locals who were really nice guys. That evening we made it back to the hostel (had an ice cream on the way for only $1,bargain) and we all felt the need to ...
... literally killing me every morning. - At the Jungle Party, the staff their were lucky Bentley and I were on hand to help. With their security guards dragging drug dealers out of the club (and subsequently forcing them to pay them off or they would call the cops) and the under cover police walking around, someone had to maintain the stairs (which was the entry into the club). Thankfully Bentley and I volunteered and kept it in good shape (even finding some random money on ...
... small and just perfect for us! We
called it "The home of Karolina, Nils and Ieva"! And it was our home for couple
days! We had an amazing sea, beach, starry night, some wine and good
company! Who could ask for more? We woke up and saw the sunrise..the
feeling was unbelievable:)) Next day we went for a hike around and a
place to buy some water, but it was steamingly hot, so we were happy to
come back to our home! After amazing time in our beach we ...
... unbelievably close and we marveled that Montenegro rested there on the other side.
After this walk, we purchased food and drink and sat outside by the water's edge watching the sun sink beneath the clouds.
The next day we headed out to Salona, the original place of Diocletian's Roman settlement.
We were fortunate that a bus cop was checking tickets on that particular morning; otherwise, we would have had no ...