Apartments Ojdana (Ojdana Saban)
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... maroons. The wifi was sketchy as so we didn't catch the last 25mins (luckily). The origin losses definitely hurt less half was around the world. Mljet was nice. A nice change of pace...a good spot for people to recharge their batteries and get ready for a massive day/night the next day in Makarska. Mljet had a really nice, really blue, inland Lake. Attempted my first backflip off a boat pier. Landed on my shins both times so didn't count.
... and warm up.
We then just relaxed by the falls for a while before taking the boat back to Skradin. We then had to find a way back to Split. The public busses in Croatia are a little hard to figure out and everyone thinks they are coming at different times. We decided to not take a chance and got on the first one that came. This one took us to the larger town of Sibenik. This bus was an adventure. The bus was really old and run down and the bus driver didn't ...
... saying we don’t understand, but it’s true we don’t. It has something to do with the time we crossed the boarder from our quick trip to Bosnia - but we don't really understand why.
All we know is that we get to stay in Croatia until January 30th. But red lipstick, not-so-happy magistrate number two was very very very clear. We must be out of Croatia by midnight on that date. We also won't easily obtain a long term VISA as the EU laws are changing. Seems ...
We had already armed ourselves for this first of three days when we would be changing locations (and hotels) daily, so we weren't overly excited, nor to be honest, did we know much about our next stop - Split, Croatia. What a beautiful coastal location! The pedestrian walkway along the harbour reminded me of the south of France with its white stone and palm trees. Tiny streets with many shops and cafés completed the picture. And what a discovery in the ancient palace of ...
... The nice part about this fortress is that none of it is roped off, so when we say 'explore' we really do mean that we climbed every staircase, looked through every peephole, and investigated every tower and building. Below us was a gorgeous view of the city of Split, our next stop, and the ocean.
In Split we spent most of our time (after a long walk from our car due to a panicky U-turn and giving up on navigating!) in the Diocletian's ...