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Ah Venice, where people dream of gondolas, love and romance. Our trip here didn't start out very romanticaly when we waited almost 2 hours for our free hotel shuttle to arrive. Believe me, we would gladly have paid for a cab had we known we would be robbed of our first few hours of canals! Eventually we did get there and quickly …
... A lovely local lady, could see we were struggling tourists, helped us find a place to store our bags, found a seat for us and told us we needed to validate our ticket or we were at risk being fined. While on the water bus we could see our cruise ship being towed by tug boats toward the port - it looked huge! Much larger than the other 4 cruise ships already docked at the harbour! Our new friend, the local lady had very limited English, but she made ...
... as naughty children and, even worse for the actual children on our tour (who were pretty well-behaved), she seemed to really have it in for them. She actually scolded them when they made a move to follow her (I guess they were following too close for her liking?). She also seemed to enjoy making us all stand in a tiny crowded corner when there should have been plenty of space for us to fan our a bit - couldn't quite figure that ...
... of wine. Cheers to cruising! We were pretty wrecked from the day, so we crashed pretty early. The first stop was Split in Croatia. Since we'd all been there a few times before and after Yacht Week, and hadn't found it that nice a place, we decided not to do an excursion, and just threw our swimmers in a bag and lined up for the tender boats in to the port. There was no wifi on the boat, and Laura was trying to organise flights to the US to chase Ben, ...
... only thing keeping it on and my head was trapped inside the cold, dark, enclosed space. From then on, I was horribly afraid of falling in and thankfully - I didn't! There was one small incident where I fell INTO the boat, then got my foot stuck and let's just say it went downhill from there and was typically me. *facepalm* On the other hand, Mark felt like jumping in at every opportunity and spend most of ...