B&B Kastel 1700
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
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... 20 minutes we would see a small village with a handful of houses all with red roofs, a church and a beach that housed a few boats. This happened for the entire 4+ hours - it was like the Sea to Sky drive in BC - magnificent for the entire journey.
At one point we stopped at what I assumed was toll booth of some kind. I was ready for them to come tell me we all had to pay a toll. That was not the case but I understood to take your passports out - we ...
... leaped head first into happy hour and kicked on into town, what followed was shots, sparkler cocktails plenty of beers and the most absurd drink ever a Tequila boom. To explain this, a unpadded military helmet is put on your head, a tequila cocktail is then mixed during this the barmen attempts to break your head with 5 hits from the shaker glass, battering complete you then take the shot. Absolute lunacy and bloody good fun….to watch!
Another late one and we were ...
It seems everyone from our boat had got a cold, the change in weather, drinking, late nights and tight living area got the best of us oldies!
In the morning we text the injured British guy's friend from the night before to check he was okay and he said he was still waiting in hospital.
Sharelle and I hired a car and almost died as soon as we hit ...
... boat from Trogir-Split in time! As we landed in Trogir we were sure that we were in trouble!
We had 2 minutes to make about a 500m walk/run, and even then after running about 100m we could clearly see the boat setting off. We continued to the landing anyway, hoping that we could catch the next - which was a definite! But the problem was that it wasn't for another 3.15 hours... After enquiring with one of the locals we found out that ...
... 160;"the time for peppers is over) and I had chevapcici, the ground meat skinless sausages of the Balkans. Being a place of inexpensive good food meant that it was backpacker central although not really crowded because of winter. Met an Aussie fellow who had been in the UK for years, and several Korean couples. We had only booked one day at the hotel, but when we got back we asked to stay another night. Next day we drove to ...