Travel Blogs from Rogoznica
... gently flowing. The water was so clear you could see the bottom. Ducks glide buy minding their business. Fishes were everywhere oblivious of tourists.
The water changes from aqua to deep blue-green to emerald, depending on the depth, the light and the sub-strait.
It was just breathtaking, serene and beautiful! A bucket list ticked!
We had another 3 hours ride before we reached Split. From there, our group was divided ...
... 15 minutes the whole process was repeated and we had left Bosnia and were back in Croatia. We then proceeded inland where the terrain was wide flat valleys surrounded by rugged high hills or mountains. The valleys were all agricultural land with small villages, but higher in the hills, the landscape is rugged, some areas very rocky with houses scattered amongst the rocks, the houses had plenty of natural ...
... have swam in - if the weather was better.
Given the poor weather, we spend the afternoon lying round, reading, playing games and sleeping. A very relaxing day.
We drove on to Rogoznica where we would dock for the night. Before dinner, we walked around the island. Enjoying the view & getting lost along the way. We talked ...
... guy that tried to climb into a top bunk where another guy was sleeping thinking it was his bed. Anyway hostels are top of the "dislike" list.
I can't say I disagree with her opinion on this hostel but it was more the people than the hostel, authough it was a very cramped hostel. Guess the hostel name says it all ( Booze and Snooze )
... his two younger friends. The kids here grow up on boats so it may have been a surprise to the women in the other boat that they won, but was no surprise to either Bill or me. Honestly, we would have been shocked if they hadn't.
That concluded our day at Vanka Regule 2012. We really enjoyed it, and no doubt we will go to more events next year. I might even do the bike tour.