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... with the best people in the world Grandaddymomo, South Carolina and Kaznic eating the best dinner in Split so far, listening to horrendous but hilarious jokes. Kaznic keeps saying 4 pound for a bottle of vodka and 6 pound for a round as she thinks it's really cheap. After dinner we had a drink at the 3rd century Palace, surrounded by Roman architecture whilst the band played its usual selection of American power ballads. Home ...
... hopefully it will be a great day.
We then drive down to the old city to fully explore the Diocletian Palace making sure we park outside the pedestrian only zone. This time we enter through the Golden Gate and wander down through the old city streets. This is the upmarket part of town with lots of designer shops and restaurants and no hawkers which makes a nice change. We make our way to the waterfront which is where the car ferries and day cruises ...
... and after that we don’t know. We have a lot of ideas, but haven’t landed on a place yet.
I’ve been trying to think of how to wrap up our experience here. I could tell you about all our experiences, like our friends (Canadians living in Turkey) who came to visit us for a fantastical visit. Or all the wonderful things we did and saw, and the people we met. But, I thought that maybe we should share some insights into our time here.
... it was just about to leave and the chap pointed at the ticket office and I bought a ticket rather quickly and was about the last one onto the ship. Within minutes we left to cross the short bit of water which had a great sparkling blue colour to it. Within 10 minutes we were over the water and the cars were off within minutes. I waited till last as I will just be taking my time and taking photos along the way. Sure enough I am not a fast rider at all and especially on roads ...
By Grant Today we decided to do a tour of the Palace. We went to the town square and we were greeted by a gorgeous young Croatian woman who spoke beautiful english and would help us with the tour. She gave the kids lollies and after we paid we discovered our real tour guide who was an older lady who was difficult to understand and spoke in a robotic unenthusiastic manner without anyway of engaging the children. So we fell for the honeypot trap! ...