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Well we made it. Fifty years and we are still talking to each other (and after 5 weeks in hotel rooms too). Our start today is governed by the ferry schedule again. We left Hvar Town at 10 AM for Stari Grad about a 30 minute drive. Got to the terminal with an hour to kill so we wandered through a little shopping center across the street. They had …
... Euro Rail Pass he knew the answer - we had just travelled through and stopped for a few minutes in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Once we looked at a map we saw the anomaly on how the map is drawn for that small bit of coastline.
We arrived in Split and took a taxi to our home for the next few weeks. We are located up on the hill overlooking the Sea and the main port of Split on a balcony the size of our apartment back in Mississauga. We have three ...
... in the right conditions, so much so that it had only been done 3 times in the 17 weeks that the sailing season had been going. The cave itself is entered through a small rock arch and once inside you are surrounded by the eerie blue glow of the water created from a deep outlet to from which the sun reflects in.
From the Blue Cave we went on for a swim stop and to look at the poorer younger cousin of the Green Cave.
From here we travelled on to our stop for the night on ...
... really not ready to finish up I definitely played with the idea, making suggestive hints, toward choosing another destination.. A week to remember and if I have anything to do with it... Repeat!!
I spent the afternoon walking the promenade, up through Marjan Forest Park and into Sustipan, a small gated peninsula with breathtaking views over the ACI Marina and across the cliff face to the Adriatic. The green, tree dotted park ...
... where the Perica's lived apparently. Of course it was beautiful.
We relaxed on the not so secluded beach which we weren't used to, there were people everywhere there was no spaces between beach towels.
Sharelle was suffering from post sailing depression so we got back on the road. We drove through Bosnia, had to hand in our passports which ...