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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 ...
... by one of the keepers and then the head vet. Both absolutely passionate about the birds and their work. We were able to see and meet an Eagle Owl called Mordecai (a female) who would be spending her hole life (an unknown time as they are rarely kept in captivity, but potentially a long time) as she was raised by humans and had her wings cut so she has not learnt to hunt and would relate as a human but with her owl territorial ...
... 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 ...
We stayed at apartment Vilim for six nights .It was very cheap only 55 Euros for the five of us a night and it was a big place close to the old town and the beach.We had expected it to be a bit out of the way but it was right in the middle of everything. We enjoyed walking into the town each day down a put which is a very narrow lane way.This was a shortcut into the old city.
Trogir is a UNESCO protected site and it is beautiful.It ...
... a fantastic free camping site with our own private access to the sea. We love it so much we decide that it is time that we took some time out and stayed for two nights and spent a whole day chasing the shade (so as not to get burnt), diving into the very chilly Adriatic Sea, and listening to the slight waves crash against the rock while watching the sun set with a beer in hand.
As we travel south, always with the Sea in sight ...