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... we have to hire sun lounges, the ones in Hvar cost 100 Kuna which is about $19.
I liked Hvar because we spent the whole day at the beach, and then got an icecream before we went back to Split on the ferry.
We went back to the apartment and Mum made us Cevapis, Chicken and Salad. I love Cevapis, which are little long burgers.
Hvar Population: 11,400
... gnocchi I've ever tasted. The shrimps I had were so big that you need a cracker like you normally use for crab or lobster to get the meat out. I have not seen anything like it. They were delicious. We had a bottle of wine and after our meal we had some more "local liquor", which is what the homemade plum grappa is called everywhere here. After that we went to Carpe Diem, the biggest Hvar bar out on the end of the pier and had a few overpriced cocktails in a nice ambiance on ...
Firstly I need to thank Jamie Doman for his recommendation to come to Hvar, great recommendation.
Today we take an over sized 4wd Ford Ranger and drive from to Hvar to Vrboska about 15 mins away on the island. Quaint port side town with no tourists so relaxing. After about an hour in town we make our way to Jelsa about 10 mins further on bigger than Vrboska and all the same qualities.
We stop for coffee and yep you guessed it gelato. I think we are going ...
... though are magnificant and despite the tough climb we get to the summit at about 380m at 1pm for some lavendar purchases. Soon there is the welcome downhill slide which runs for 10km over quite barren hills but also many olive groves and other crops tucked away in the valleys.
One needs to hold handle bars firm and a bit of braking on way down - and we are predictably exhausted on arrival in Hvar, but ...
... are six altars in separate parts of the church. It is difficult to make out the icons and images. Clearly, this is a place for quiet prayer, not gawking tourists. Across the square from the cathedral is the town museum, marked by a tiny unassuming and easily missable plaque. Inside on the ground floor we find parts of the original Greek contract for the allocation of land in Korcula. It is written on a stone tablet ...