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... to a stunning sun drenched setting. This quiet peaceful setting isn't being broken yet by the guy with the horn on the boat close by. Entering the Park (which cost 500kr but shouldn't have) was like entering another world. Craggy rocky mostly brush covered knolls broken by rock walls and the occasional homestead. Apparently trees once covered these hills before sheep & mankind had their way. We docked at a sleepy cove where the local family cooks ...
... and Michael driving after almost 3 weeks of water transportation and the occasional local bus. Our chariot is a cute red VW Golf diesel, what else!!! We decided we would need to skip Sibenik unfortunately and just visit the Sokolarski Centre, a raptor and owl rescue and rehabilitation centre. So pleased we persevered to find this up some remote roads as it was so interesting and informative. As the only visitors today we had a ...
... and we meet the others downstairs. Lars has setup 33 shot glasses and we all have one to start the night. We drive into Duprovnik and into the old town. We walk through and are in awe of this beautiful beautiful old town. We find our restaurant and it overlooks the harbour-beautiful We have fish soup,followed by a fish platter containing squid,octopus,fish,prawns and lots of vegetables. Very ...
... built by Greeks and Romans. We walked in the city where they have restaurants and business all in the old buildings along with people's homes and a convent and an elementary school. It is normal stuff in very abnormal setting to us. We finally got to a post office and got a few cards in the mail. On our way to the post office we passed at least 8 gellato stands, but we were trying to wait til after we ate. We went to a open air cafe overlooking the ...
... Kamerlengo. The walls were duly climbed, although there weren't too many steps to be fair and we got nice views over the waterside and the tiny town.
There's not a huge amount else to see in Trogir and after seeing the Church of Saint John The Baptist we went back into town and found somewhere to have lunch before getting the bus back to Split