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... talked about the ship lunches yet. We get a three course lunch at about 1-2pm every day. Dario sets the table beautifully, we are then served big pots of soup (a thin, brothy soup flavoured with stock and occasionally tomato) which we ladle into our bowls and eat with thick cut bread. We get a simple salad and a main then (all manner of cooked lunch, sometimes fish and potatoes, or gnocchi with Mediterranean veges, or stuffed peppers and mashed potato) and this ...
... of an old building. Just sitting there waiting there for anyone with a chisel to take for their very own. We also passed some private residences with actual Roman ruins scattered in the back garden or propped out front and used as a planter. What!? A person shouldn’t own that stuff! I guess there’s history here to spare. My first impression of Split was not that great, but I ended up liking it.
I found most of the Croatian people very nice. Anyone under ...
... cranks its all up (plus a few dancers above the bar!!) Fantastic night and many crazy staff!! Loved it all! Simon dared the owner to make a cocktail to which he accepted the challenge and concocted up the weirdest mix of god knows what...shockingly tasted really good haha! Had a lovely chill out...*ahem hangover ahem*...day and walked around the bustling town in the eve. Not before watching ...
... Well, what an adventure that was. It said it was 90 meters behind our apartment, so we headed up the hill, went down the lane that my "trusted" Tripadvisor said it was on.......NOTHING! Oh boy, my family is not impressed with my "assistant"! Luckily, we ran into a local who had lived their for 30 years and directed us to where we needed to go. As it turned out, it was 200 meters the exact opposite way of where we were ...
... few hours swimming and getting some sun. Shelley and I shared a 1 litre Cosmopolitan cocktail on the way home - it was so good! After bussing into Old Town we headed to Buza bar which is built on rocks outside the city wall. We had another great view of the sunset before grabbing dinner and heading home.
Our bus left at 10am the next day for Kotor. Nick had left at 8am for Sarajevo so we were back down to 4 of us. The bus was over an hour late and ...