Apartments Villa Mika Ruskamen

Address: Lokva Rogoznica, Omis, 21310, Croatia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Omi

Omiš pirates and partying

A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Oct 09, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

Omiš is a small town, famous for pirates. We arrived late, having spent a lot of the day moored in a secluded rocky beach, swimming and talking and floating on tubes. At about four thirty Nic and I took a look around town, enjoying a pistachio gelato, sitting and watching locals, and walking up some Back streets and hills. Normally Omiš has a big street market and river rafting, but the tourist season is coming to an end, and the locals ...

Pirate Wedding

A travel blog entry by chelsear on Aug 28, 2014

... hats, stripes and chunky jewelry. I was actually surprised by how into it everyone got, Callum and bird Nick even getting me to put 2 tiny pony tails in their beards. Up on deck we were taking more pictures than had been taken the entire trip, and everyone tossed back a few ciders as we waited for the Captains Dinner to be served. The meal was served with red wine and consisted of a starting platter with bread, prosciutto, cheese and olives, which was then ...

Day 8- Pucisca - omis - split

A travel blog entry by rachaelmcneil on Jul 18, 2014

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Our last day sailing the ocean. It was an early day today and it started with a hike up a HUGE mountain. We all drank a bit much last night so it wasn't the easiest or funniest trek and it wanted to give up a million times but no one would let me. At the time I hated them but when I got to the top I was so glad I did it. It was the most amazing view ever and it was just such an accomplished feeling having done it. ...

Free Vodka

A travel blog entry by kyajade on Oct 21, 2013

15 photos

... s good for bronchial problems, and a tea strainer, then kept walking through town. We made our way down to the bus station for some information on busses to Kotor, Montenegro, then went back to the hostel. We chilled out for a while using the wifi and had a cup of our new tea which was delicious, then watched some music TV in our room and had a snooze. When we woke up, we went down to the supermarket, intending to buy a heap of vegetables to make ...

Zadar to Split

A travel blog entry by lizmcconnell on Jul 17, 2013

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... meals are provided as part of the tour, so the tour director negotiates gluten free food. We spent the afternoon exploring Split that is wedged between a mountain range and the palm fringed waterfront. The Old Town is built within the walls of the 4th century Diocletian's Palace, a labyrinth of Roman monuments, medieval streets with laundry hanging from windows, modern bars and shops and apartments occupying every other available space. A local guide provided ...

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