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... The island contains a lake in the middle of pine forest, which is half fresh, half salt water. The two different parts of the lake are joined by a little river, which naturally changes direction every couple of hours. After walking into it we were struck by the silence. It happens that the island was once riddled in snakes and, just like dads PII pacific projects, mongoose were introduced as a biological control agent. There are no longer any snakes, there are also ...
... things we were off again. As we moored our boat about 50 metres from the very fine pebbled coast, mum, dad and Joey dived in. The sea sickness had got the better of me and i sat on board feeling that every rock would cause lunch to come back out. After a lot of persuasion and yes a few tears, I jumped in and swam very slowly towards the still, dry land.
Sat on the land for a while I felt a lot better, before heading back out again and feeling ...
... English and were very informative telling the story from the Croatian perspective. There were a lot of very moving images and it was shocking to see how much damage was done to the city so recently nearly all of which has now been renovated. Fraser was fascinated by the history, the highlight of the tour for me though was going up to the roof of the Fort. From here there were uninterrupted views down to the city and also over towards ...
... wall and sat nestled under one of the many imposing buttresses of the fort. The sun shone and posing Japanese girls got splashed by incoming waves. Sun bathing, middle aged, male Croat swimmers also posed in frighteningly skimpy swimming trunks, but they were extremely powerful once swimming in the swelling sea, so we can forgive them a bit of vanity.
We then embarked upon the main event, and took to the walls. A trek around the circuit proved to be ...
... sea side town. We walked the coastline, discovered the ruins of an ancient Roman villa, played in the rock pools and found a little jetty that was extra wobbly. Lyla and I ran down the jetty and we bounced up and down.
Looking forward to going on the ferry.
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