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... along this highway is convincing us that we don't need to rent a car to see yet more of this area. Vodice, though not mentioned in Lonely Planet, is a busy tourist town...probably because of the marina. Unfortunately tourist towns come with noisy bars! Our boat, a 44' Bavarian, is quite wide with lots of room for 6 people. Good thing because, during our walk about / paper work a huge storm came in. The force was so strong water dripped through windows ...
... 15 minutes into the old city of Zadar so it was an evening first experience of the ancient fortified township dating from Roman to medieval times. The old buildings e.g. The Church of Donat, and columns and pillar reliefs took on great effects with night lights. Perfect timing for the Sun Salutation- a recent creation by an architect using solar panels in the seaside paving which stores energy to generate a light show in the paving ...
... to the beach where we paddle in the water. Again the beach is packed with sun loving holiday makers. We board the bus and continue South stopping for some breathtaking phot stops. We cross the border into Bosnia as Duprovnik is an "island" inside Bosnia. We stop for more photo opportunities as the scenery is magnificent. After another hour we arrive at Dubrovnik and oh my goodness our hotel is on ...
... 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
... the magnificent views of the Adriatic. Had a lovely lunch of pizza at Hvar Town, checked out every nook and cranny, and took the bus to Stari Grad where we caught the ferry home. Lavender is certainly big on Hvar Island and also in Croatia. Wish we'd had the time to do sailing trips around the islands, but no time to taste the whole Croatian experience. I'm sure if one had the time and the money, it would be fabulous to check out each ...