Hostel Tomaya

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

Sail Croatia

A travel blog entry by kirag on Jan 15, 2015

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... people: half boys half girls but of course our boat ending up with 14 girls and only 4 boys. But it turned out amazing as everyone was so nice; the majority of the girls were Aussies living in London and everyone got along really well! We sat down for our first amazing lunch. Just spag bol but it was better than anything I had in Italy. I'm glad I didn't have too much though as the boat got pretty rocky to Hvar. No one was used to being on a boat, especially ...

Split, the town of hidden hotels

A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Nov 11, 2014

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... manage to have small little coffee shops etc situated inside them. The town is exceptionally clean and tidy and must rate as one of the cleanest towns left on the planet. You could virtually eat your food off the floor. The temperature out here was well up in the 20s and walking around here in all bike gear was just too hot and so I had to find somewhere for a sit down and a coffee. I walked passed one restaurant and the chap was trying to get me to come in and have some ...

Blown down to Split

A travel blog entry by hochalmspitze on Oct 02, 2014

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... and the traffic was so light, almost no existent most of the time, that we simply rode to the conditions rather than the limits. We saw two speed traps, both in clear view and both warned of by traffic coming the other way. The wind, as predicted was a problem on the first part of the journey causing the bike to change direction mid corner on numerous occasions. My sphincter muscles certainly got a work out.

In Search of a Blue Umbrella

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Aug 18, 2014

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... different from other old towns because even though the architecture and streets are old, many of the stores and shops are new. Since Split is a hub for people taking ferries to the islands, it was much busier than Zadar. After checking into our hostel (which is basically a small apartment turned 16 bed-hostel) and chatting with the young man who runs the accommodations, we left and began exploring.

Our first stop was lunch and it was nice to ...

Random thoughts on life at the Croatian Camp

A travel blog entry by benandchinky on Oct 29, 2013

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... interesting as one comment said- "I felt like I was in Tarzan" and I can see where she's coming from- the toilet is a pit toilet but its so clean and "new" its built from bamboo with a real door and real window and a wooden toilet seat. The only thing that sucks about the toilet is that its over the other side of camp- which sort of sucks at night! The shower on the other hand is a wooden structure covered in dried brush- its like India where you just have ...