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... a large number of the local twits in their boy racer cars out on it.
On a number of occasions they would come racing up behind and sit within a few feet from the back of my bike and desperate to get passed. They then would take any chance they could to get passed putting their and my lives in danger of a head on crash. Most of the time if a car came up behind I simply pulled over and took a few photos just to get them off my tail.
The next trick ...
... we had views of enormous mountains and on the left the beautiful water. We arrived in Split around 1.30pm and had no idea where to go. We decided to just hop in a cab. He drove us about 5 minutes and then said he couldn't go any further as cars weren't allowed. He gave us some good directions to our accommodation and we found it very easily. It was a relief not to get lost for once! We checked into our room and were surprised at how big it was! The decor was a ...
... living! After lunch it's back on the road and finally we are on the D8, the Croatian 'corniche' which snakes it's way south towards our eventual destination of Dubrovnik. Too far for today of course! We wend our way though a seemingly never-ending series of coastal towns - some bigger, some tiny, but all with their own marina and most with at least one of the dreaded Autokamps - a testament to just how many motorhomes use this route in high summer and another good reason for ...
... scenery...well, at that speed I was not going to look around. I did stop a few times either due to fatigue or refuelling or to take a few pictures.
I got into Rijeka in peak hour and had to deal with the heavy traffic but once out of the suburbs it wasn't long before I reached Opatia.
The Hotel was easy to find and is situated right on the waterfront, with ...
... 6 miles and dropped anchor in Prklog which was a lovely long inlet totally protected with just one other boat. It felt like we could have been in a Swiss forest some where as there were so many tall pine trees. Needless to say storms arrived after midnight and we find ourselves playing scrabble at 4am in the morning ...