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... after enjoying some laughs with the group last night he 'smoke bombed' (left the bar without telling everyone) and there was that to tease Mr Jandals about. One of the girls had also found out that the captain of the ship in Croatia can both arrest and marry people, so we had a sail Croatia wedding all planned out for us (don't worry we didn't do it) complete with the decision that anyone who disagreed with the wedding, would be thrown overboard. I don't think ...
... bar on the edge of the seafront area so that whole coast section is theirs! We went back that evening to have dinner and a drink with him. The food was possibly the best meal I have had since home, chicken Risotto from beach bar plaza...to die for! That's a big statement too, we have had some amazing food! So one drink turned into far to many haha! Around 11pm the cocktail bar opens and ...
... relaxing morning there, there is a nice café overlooking the bay which serves salads and traditional cevapi. They will even let you take beers onto the beach as long as you bring the bottles back. This is something we got used to as we travelled down Croatia. There is an initiative to keep the country clean. For every bottle (plastic or glass) brought back to specified stations you receive .25 Lipa. There are even professional bottle collectors scouring ...
... large sailboats docked, the main street is closed to traffic and full of restaurants for the boating and visitor crowd. We had a gelato and left at 9:30, this time finding the correct turn, it was marked in this direction. We are driving through the center of the island now on a secondary road, so drive a little slower on the smaller road and it is dark. Bol is 41 kilometers away, it takes an hour, back at apartment at 10:30, a long day.
... Oh ho!" Drele booms, "first we must feast!"
Vid, with the subtlety only available to the half-drunk, kicks me under the table. "Josh," he whispers, "I know you want to leave, but you can't without eating first."
"That was me, you idiot," Drele mutters darkly.
"It would be most rude to our host," he continues.
My issue: I'm Catholic, it's Sunday, and I really would like to find a church. I'm sure ...