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* view from window of our Split apt - we're not in a hotel here
* streets of Split (reminds me of Granada, Heather, Allie, Lily & Nico, except its daylight n we're not dragging suitcases!) and down to harbor
* Diocletian's Palace where Dick can be seen posing with Jupiter statue, rubbing …
... sight would have been a disaster if we had tried to try pieces on while we were like balloons
The rest of the afternoon was spent seeing the sights with our leader Phil, people watching on the promenade and Phil trying the occasional ghosting. We were just waiting for someone to deck him!
Now I should preface the rest by saying we have been told how bad the food is on the overnight ferry, so we also stopped for an early dinner, went to the supermarket for ferry sustenance, and ...
... at main square of Diocletican's Palace. We got a local red wine (yum!) and sat on cushions listening to a duet. The acoustics are superb and having towering pillars and ruins around us with a full moon above is a moment we will never forget. The next day we went to the national park and swam in the clear waters. We then made our way back for sunset and sounds at the palace. ...
... and it was so nice enjoying that with wine while the sunset over the farm. I've smashed my phone screen so selfies are now a lot less frequent (you're welcome!!) but I still got one or two. Today is a national holiday today celebrating Croatia's independence, and so a free concert was set up on the wharf where we docked. A lady named Ana Rucner is famous for playing the electric cello so we set up on the top deck of our boat with a bucket of wine and listened - she ...
... the cellars of the palace where Game of Thrones was shot, pretty cool. After the tour we headed to the hostel, did some laundry and then headed on an exploration of the Marjan peninsula. The pictures will give you a better idea of our 3 hour trek around the peninsula but we trekked it all in flip flops, even traversing a big stone wall and sneaking through a massive villa's backyard (damn tourists snooping around ha). On our way back to the hostel we grabbed some wine ...