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... Zadar old town is also walled but it is pitiful compared to Dubrovnik) where on the waters edge they have a sea organ of sorts which plays natural music with the air getting pushed up with the waves. We all sat down and had a romantic evening watching the sunset sipping on a few ciders (sommersby again ... Aimee was so happy she didn't even complain about not getting an ice cream) Hotel, dinner, ...
... 80). As a matter of fact, there are 444 protected areas in Croatia, making up 9% of the country. We decided to start with Krka because it was the closest one to us (about 2 hours from Split), and we didn't know if we'd enjoy it or not. Bill and I are both outdoorsy people, and we've done a lot of camping and exploring, but we'd never visited a national park together that had a more organized approach ...
... a third glass.
"Thanks but, you know, that's not really necessary..."
"White or red?" His accent betrays a few years in Britain.
I glance at the bottle already on the table. "White's fine."
"Pussy," he winks and tosses the rest of his drink down his throat. He pours me a glass as I sit down to join them.
"Drele! [pronounced dray-lay]" says the one in the white tee.
Today was our first full day in Zadar and we decided to do a full day sailing trip to the Kornati Islands archipelago which includes 147 uninhabited islands and islets with a land area of only 70 sq km. The maze of unspoiled islands scattered over 220 sq km in the Adriatic is a sailor's paradise. We both were so excited to finally be in the sun after very long and tiresome winter in the UK! It was a beautiful ...
... and fruits are grown in the fertile interior valleys (not so many or so big) and transported to the farm markets. Once again although good, they can be pricey. The black and green figs were in their glory - sweet and succulent and often shared by a bee or two. The same went for the tasty wine grapes which also sported seeds. Pomegranates were less vibrant in color and milder in taste than we find at home. I ...