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So after exiting the the ferry from Vis we pointed ourselves downstream on the Dalmatians coast eventually heading to Dubrovnik in a few days. Kim's did some reading and we settled on the town of Omiš (ohlmeesh). From Split to Omiš is unremarkable ...water front condo looking structures and endless shops, stores and local tourist garbage. But once you get about a mile or so from Omiš the rocks and mountains ...
... people off the edge of the boat involuntarily until people started showing up with bruises and Jemma banned them. We all went downstairs for lunch, still listening to the boys rambling over food, and got to see Tilly get called out for using her phone at the table. The 80% alcohol shot apparently burnt through her body for minutes after she took it. We all sat around for a while after lunch, Brydan and Luke getting taken away from the boat in a dingy for a ...
... finest kind and good price. feeling better already.
Almost at Sibenik to drop bags when phone rang and Nick (M's brother) rings to mention he and friends had had cards ripped of in USA and account cleared Feck!
Check and we seem OK. By now hot and sweaty and still have to get to Split to get crew.
Manage both with only minor stroke. Dins and Beers cure all.
Tomorrow back to Sibinek and the sail commences.
All up for it.
photos to follow
... so we dropped off our bags, then walked with them to a hostel down the street. We left them there and went down to a pharmacy for some cold and flu medicine, then on the way back we organised to catch up for lunch then went back to our hostel. We organised some washing, then Darren had a shower while I used the wifi for a while. I talked to Jace and organised to Skype him after lunch, as well as skyping for about 20 seconds to ...
... got there (of course one more random pier stop in between… um, taxi driver, that’s not our boat) we were taken out in the small boat to the slightly larger Blue Nose, our home for the week. We met the crew, and our fellow passengers for this voyage – a couple from New York, his parents from Mississippi and a family with 2 young girls from France. We set sail and watched Split go away in the distance, while sailing the clear ...