Apartments Villa Mika Ruskamen

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

Pinch and a punch!

A travel blog entry by eyork on Nov 01, 2015

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We got up early to do a load of washing before heading out on the bikes. Not a particularly pleasant ride - there aren't many roads so the ones they have are fairly busy. We only rode 35km but it was still good to get out for a bit. On the way back we stopped for a coffee in Trogir. ...

Our 50th, Touring Split

A travel blog entry by jim.diane on Oct 04, 2014

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... Tours will be hearing from us.) Also, there is a closing party tonight until 11 PM with live music and we have a 6 AM wake up call. We finally made it downstairs at 4:10 PM and met our local guide for the tour. She was very knowledgeable. The underground portion of the palace was very similar to Acre in Israel but the area surrounding the palace and the ...

Pirate Wedding

A travel blog entry by chelsear on Aug 28, 2014

I got up at 8, pretty exhausted after less than 4 hours sleep, and headed upstairs for a breakfast that I knew I would regret not having later. Over breakfast I got the run down about the truly ****** up events of the night before. At about 4:30am, Brydan whilst with the boys had ripped the head off a pigeon, put it in a beer and then proceeded to drink from it, most of the boys joining in. After eating I went straight back to bed, thinking I could get another ...


A travel blog entry by kvstark on Apr 26, 2014

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... cooking anyways, so I ended up just buying a slice of pizza at a shop nearby instead. It was 18 kuna! In Zagreb and Split, it was only 10 kuna. That was my first taste of the expense of Dubrovnik.

I got back to the hostel and got ready for bed. There was a Christian rock concert going on for a little while, and then a group was singing Hallelujah by Rufus Wainwright, except in Croatian. That was sort of interesting. So I was nicely serenaded to sleep.

Better Late Than Never

A travel blog entry by ella106 on Aug 27, 2013


... Darcy and he was from Kilsyth. Bloody Melbourne roommates, they're everywhere! Haha. :) he was nice. Then we headed out to have a look around town and get some dinner. We ate at a pizza place at the port; eating pizza, drinking cider and beer, and people watching. When we got back to our hostel room we met our other two roommates. They were Ruby and Jeremy. They were both Kiwi's, but worked in Perth. So half a room of Melbournians and the other half Perthites! So multicultural! ...

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