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... for water at the local fountain, the emperor always had the water tested before drinking as his wives might be out to kill him. We climb many steps for the view but it is very hot and no breeze...
Anthony suggest lunch and we decide to treat him as we agree totally with his politics. We have a wonderful antipasto of their local cheese, octopus and vegetables with white wine. But then, out ...
... 2 hours later. We left the coach and boarded a boat to be ferried to the park entrance. Once there we had to pay 110 kunas ($24) each for entrance to the national park and then we were allowed to proceed to the waterfalls. Quite incomprehensible was the fact that just after entering the park there was a toilet block, where you were charged for the privilege - after paying the 110 kunas only 50 metres earlier. To add to the mystery, further into the park, was a modern and clean ...
... was also shot here as well as in Dubrovnik , some 200 km away. However, I won't be making any other references to this hit TV series here as I haven't watched it myself !
Split is very much a nerve-center of the Dalmatia region and the largest city in this area ( in fact it is the second largest city in Croatia after its capital- Zagreb). An overnight bus journey (in fact this was my only overnight journey in this trip) ...
... breaking up a massive group of birds resting on the sea surface, kayaking down a little creek, and stopping on the shore to hang out (the water was about 58F).
While the other 4 are kayaking Tucker does some exploring of Split on his own. Late ...
... Feeling awkward with our staring we took a couple of snaps and continued on our way.
Being a Friday night all of the boats that were finishing their tours were in port so we set about finding ours. If a picture is worth a thousand words then Shaylees face wrote a novel, wandering past all of the large yachts and pirate type ships it would have been easier to miss our little charger but there squashed like a locks head between a couple of front rowers was our ...