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The castaways are back - hello to everyone,
The last few days have been busy, busy, busy.
Saturday we went to the old town of Trogir and had a look around before catching the ferry to Split. The old town of Trogir was quite cute and lots of little alley ways to meander around.
Lots of lavender items to purchase here, it appears to be one of the locally made products.
Split was interesting - we went to the Diocletian's palace, where ...
After a blowy night we wait for the rain to pass and then head off to Zadar. A wet journey to a major town but remarkably run down compared to Split and Dubrovnik. A walk around and some lovely old buildings but a lot still shabby and look like need knocking down and starting again! A musical sea wall and new sundial seemed to be the main features! Good chance to catch up on admin,re fuel, and charge the ...
Waking up in Zadar, we got great tips from our AirBnb host as to which island we should visit for the sand beach we were looking for, and apparently it's not very easy to find a sand beach in Croatia since most beaches here are rock beaches, so not very comfortable to lay on.
She recommended the Dugi Otok Island, and the beach was in the northen part of the island near Sakarun. It isn't very well ...
... sprawled alongside the coast road, and we were soon observing Myrtle bushes growing wild along the side of the road, some modest towns and plenty of glittering Adriatic shoreline. Best of all was a place called Marina, which happily had both a marina and a marina shop. It is not every day that you chance across Marina marina Marina Shop.
As a birthday treat, we were booked into what is known as a "boutique" hotel in Zadar, the appropriately named Hotel ...
... our way through what were probably very pretty streets on nice days, stopped by a souvenir shop for directions then found our hostel and went up three flights of stairs to check in. We got a map and got shown where the sights are, then dropped our bags in our room (we were really early too, but were still able to check in! The glory of the off-season!) then went across the road to a little bakery for a pastry each, before going back to the hostel to eat. We made up our beds, ...