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... feature is the sea organ which "plays" amazing music. Also the "greeting to the sun" glass solar powered disc is worth visiting. Both are situated in the fairly new sea wall and promenade.
Weather , once again amazingly warm and sunny!
... of people were doing.
There are a lot of hitch hikers round this part of Europe, so be kind and give a lift where you can, some are doing long trips, others just short, but some interesting stories.
Rooms are very reasonable, and it might even be worth just flying in, and then finding a room, you might meet another Basil.
Can't really make you realise just how glad I am this became part of my route, it's fabulous, and if you want a holiday somewhere different, go to ...
... of architect Nikola Bašić who conceived it in 2005. The next year, it was awarded the European Prize for Urban Public Space ( "perfect grandstand for watching the sunset over the sea and the outline of the [neighboring] island of Ugljan, while listening to the musical compositions played by the sea itself."). There are around 35 organ pipes concealed under a series of marble steps leading to the Adriatic Sea.Each set ...
... camp-out with his class recently. But he really loves taking the tram on weekends, spending all day by himself at the various skate spots in town. He’s made a lot of great friends while scootering. Unfortunately, he snapped his scooter fork while shralping and has to wait for his aunt Leslie to get here with the replacement in November. On to trying to become a skateboarder instead…
As for me, I met a nice woman in yoga class who ...
... going on so a few of us decided to come back with our tour leader for a swim down the road from our hostel. The water here is insanely clear I can't get over it! But I am starting to miss the sandy beaches from home a little. Rocks of various sizes don't offer the most comfortable sunbathing. Anyway now we're just chilling out back at the hostel contemplating when we might bother to walk down the road for a pizza :) J ...