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... invasion from the sea. Instead he enjoyed the views, and grew cabbages. Danko told us that Diocletion had it right. Work hard, then retire early and do something you enjoy.
Our proud guide also pointed out the soccer goal at the front of the palace, saying local children play there most days. He then listed the achievements of Split locals in a variety of sports, at which point he reminded me of the taxi drive in Kotor.
He also said that the area has a ...
... L'estomac plein, on découvre le reste de Brac et la fameuse plage de Zlatni Rat. Cette plage est la plus connue de la mer Adriatique et est facilement reconnaissable par sa forme très pointue qui avance dans la mer. Wow! Quel paysage à couper le souffle! On se prend 4 chaises et 2 parasols pour 300 Kn (15$ CAD chacune). La mer est d'un bleu parfait, en dégradé de turquoise à bleu foncé, très claire et sans poisson!! Les galets sont beaucoup plus petits et ronds et donc ...
... UICTFontTextStyleBody; font-size: 17px; line-height: normal;">Wednesday 24th June
After drinking our morning cup of tea, I made the suggestion that we should get up and walk up to the lookout at the top of the hill, getting some bread for breakfast, on the way back. The management agreed with ...
... in Split so - outside the very center - it is not a particularly pretty spot. Most importantly, though, in our travels on the bus, walking around the city, and perusing in the shops, no one ever seemed to smile or laugh. Despite being surrounded by the beautiful Adriatic and some pretty cool stuff, people were just not that happy. A little sad, really.
Oh well...time for a swim and a drink!
... it back as far as Brac, our first stop of the day. We spend about 10 minutes cruising around the bay before he is comfortable to set off again. Back out in the open, I still can't see Split but the waves are not as choppy as before and I find I can actually enjoy the sensation of bouncing through them rather than going up and down. Finally after about 40 minutes we can see Split is not too far away as the storm has moved to the west. Less than 15 minutes later and we ...