Bluesun Berulia Hotel
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... deck of the boat - a change of scenery for us all. I did make Callum get out of bed, insisting that he was missing some quality group bonding time. Some people got off the boat to explore our new surroundings, apparently a small pirate town, but I was happy to lounge around the boat for a while. While we were docked, Micheal did a lilo rescue mission, sprinting to the boat next door to steal back some of our floatie's. Roco, seeing him on approach, ran inside ...
Our second day in Bibinje was lovely and uneventful. We slept in, had a late breakfast, swam, kayaked, and had a (thankfully!) uneventful dinner in town. The next morning I made successful poached eggs for the first time ever and we were on the road again!
We spent Tuesday, our on-the-road day, driving from Bibinje to Brela with some stops in between. Our first stop was to Klis Fortress. In all seriousness we know very little about the ...
... of Skalholt. The current church is the tenth one on this site, which has a history back to the 900s. The last church was built in 1954. There were archaeological digs in the past which found, most significantly, a stone casket that contained the bones of a prior bishop. It is now on display in the church basement museum. They also have a traditionally constructed chapel made with rock and sod walls and a living roof. The gable ends of the building and the interior roof is ...
... of this and leave the two Lordships to guard Sharron while we jump on an ancient bus and explore the Dioclesians Palace at Split. This is actually a walled city with narrow cobbled streets, churches and cafés, squares and secret passages. It's quite lovely for an hour or twos aimless ...
... for the "changing of the guards" (purely for tourist purposes) but it was still fun to see! We treated ourself to lunch at a restaurant that the hostel owner recommended. I had a really good seafood pasta dish, consisting of prawns, mussels, clams and salmon with spinach pasta in a tomato sauce. It was tasty, even if the prawns were slightly over cooked. Needing to work off the lunch we had just demolished, ...