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After a motor down the river we headed out to sea and make our way to Kaprije but decided to stop in remote bay called Potkucina on Kakan instead. A quiet night and in the morning we headed off to Zirje so we could head into the Kornati National Park the following ...
We Got the MAST ON!!!!! Yep we got it on last Wednesday and we started sailing soon after that! We had this big shopping trip and we got enough food to last a couple of weeks. About 30 miles out of Zagreb (where we were staying) we stopped at this little remote restaurant, we ate a traditional Croation meal that consisted of cooked octopus with potatoes and carrots. Me and David went spear fishing, ...
Finally on our way!! We have been sailing for about 3 days now and slowing making our way up the coast of Croatia.
Our first stop was the island of Solta! Dad stopped at a restuarant there on his way back from the custom procedures he had to do. We pulled into U Jorja bay. All we could see were a few mooring bouys and a measly house sitting on the hill. Dad said that was it.
The dealio is that you ring up the night before and book in. They then cook you a traditional ...
... beautifully clear the water was-I don't know that I've ever seen water that blue. Of course, the pictures don't nearly do the place justice, but they give a little clue as to just how pretty Croatia actually is. In Trogir, we were divided into small groups and each group was assigned to a faculty member for each ...
We arrived in Croatia from inland Slovenia, so funnily enough the first thing we wanted to do was have a swim....unfortunately everybody else was doing the same and so finding somewhere to park for 3 vans was a bit of a problem...so we parked in a camping ground carpark (luckily for us it was away from the reception) and walked down through the campground to the water. There was no beach to speak of, just sharp rock and crystal clear ...