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... made a leisurely trip and stop enroute to the Bay of Sesula on the island of Solta.
In the evening our group and those from another tour route all joined in the quiet bay.. Taking our dinghy and the stairs to the nearby and isolated Konoba (restaurant) Sismis, with a beautiful panoramic view of the sunset, boats and bay. Again happy with our own company and comic relief of the group we sat on our boat to finish off our drinks - toasting to our final night..
... back home in Adelaide.
An unsettling night
Omis, a small town just 25 km south of Split, surrounded by a large mountain and where
the Cetina River meets the Adriatic sea. Our first activity on the agenda was a hike (****) up to a fortress at the top of said mountain. Although it would have been a great view, after seeing many fortresses and castles, the intense heat of the day ...
I just love early departures. Don't you? We had to get up during the 4 o'clock hour to catch a very very early boat to the island of Hvar. It didn't help that we awoke to pouring rain and overcast skies. Unfortunately this boat had seats like on an airplane with little room and sadly no moveable arm rests. However, I was able to contort my body into a "c" shape / jelly bean shape and semi sleep through the ride to Hvar. I'm sure the Dramamine I took helped as well.
... was overtaken or burnt down by numerous invaders over the centuries. At the end of the tour the rain became torrential ie peeing down like cats and dogs, so we decided to have a coffee at one of the hundreds of little cafes. Along with everyone else we decided to head inside by buying a ticked to 4 museums as the rain didn't let up. Andrew and Sue's trusty ponchos quickly deteriorated so the best option was for sue to put on both of their ponchos to ensure she had ...
... harbour opposite Dubrovnik.
On the approach to Cavtat you wouldn’t even know that the harbour existed, so tucked in and hidden away it is, but as you round the headland there is a small oasis of cedar trees and houses all built on the hillside with their terra cotta roof tiles jutting out from behind the other. It was seriously pretty and I wished that we had longer here than just overnight.
By the time Simon and I had washed down the decks and I had cleaned ...