Adriatiq Hotel Faraon
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... two over and over. Drying off in the sun, we jump back on the bikes, cycling past the most beautiful scenery - the colour of the water is just incredible, Croatia I love you! Arriving in Soline, its a quick stop for gelato and catch a small boat across to the other side of the inlet for a mere 15 kuna (bikes and all), and cycle back another hour back to the boat.
Zared, Cam and Chris have not left the boat and spent the afternoon ...
... chicken schnitzel with cheese and ham inside - not quite the authentic or different local cuisine I was hoping to try) for 16 BM. And Denny had seafood - as he will at any opportunity, and as we had passed the mussel and oyster farms just up the road, I am sure it was fresh. The kids meals were more than enough, and we got the doggy bags for them for later.
Unfortunately, the heat of the day about 33C and the lack of breeze for a while, caught up with Keith ...
... through a literal freezing frog, very dense, scary with rain and sleet. Croatia is yet to learn to use reflective markers to designate lanes. In the gloom and sleet it was difficult to see the lanes.
I had booked a night at Hotel Villa Sandi in the north of Croatia and it was a delight. The room was lovely and they even had a restaurant where a good meal with red wine eased the tension of the bad driving weather.
... amongst hostels, home stays, and staying with friends. At dinner I went for seafood again: a plate of mussels cooked with white wine. After dinner I walked a few meters to grab a beer in the main square, where a singer and a guitar player entertained locals and visitors alike. Friday morning I had breakfast in a cafe close to my room: expresso, watermelon, and bread, butter, and jam. The touristic information stand was a few meters away (like everything ...
Day 1 - Saturday 8th June - Today was the first day of our sail trip and we were super excited!! After goodbyes to all our friends at the hostel we headed down the Split waterfront to find our boat "Kapetana Kuka".It was quite exciting as there were about 20 boats all moored with music blaring and lots of kiwis and Aussies walking around with suitcases etc.... we were quite chuffed when we saw our boat it was by far the nicest! haha
After we were shown to ...