Bluesun Berulia Hotel
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Our last day. Race day. We lined up next to the other Medsailors and raced, I'm not sure where we were racing to but we won.
There was no wind so the race ended when the other boats turned their motors on and cheated past us. We stopped for a swim and French toast for breakfast. Drowsy sea sick pills kicked in again and I woke up to a pod of dolphins and a burnt face.
We were almost back in Split, we could see the ...
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 ...
... was a massive role reversal as he's normally the one wide-eyed and bored. This morning we were woken at 5:45 (crazy) and were, of course, the last ones off the train. I got in a sliiight flap and managed to spill coffee on Max's new Penguin shorts. Felt awful, but thanks to some skilful training (always spilling things down myself) I think I've manage to scrub them clean! Next stop bled, praying for better ...
... there was Split. I wanted to visit Croatia so I thought that wherever I'd land I would manage and Split would do.
I landed there under the rain. The weather was bad, the forecast worse, we were far from the sunny picture of the Adriatic coast. I spoke to other traveller who told me tales of hikes in national parks under rain storms, and the occasional downpours in the city gave weight to their words. Then I decided to take the matter in my own ...
... in the crossfire. Of course if we really want a scapegoat, it would be Milosevic, leader of the Serbian nationalist movement who managed to brainwash all his people with a vast propaganda machine....pity someone didn't just wipe him out early in the piece. But I guess the same could be said of Hitler, Sadam Hussein and all the other nutcases on this planet. I am all for a world with John Lennon in charge!
Out of all this mess came ...