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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 …
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C'est aujourd'hui la journée tant attendue où on va à l'île de Brac (prononcée Brach), à la plage de Zlatni Rat Beach. Afin de ne pas rater la traversier, on se fait recommander d'arriver 1h avant notre départ de 8h am. Mais comme on se dit que la petite madame doit avoir dit à tout le monde arriver à 7h et que seulement les 25 premières voitures embarquent, on se dit qu'on va être plus organisées et on decide de plutôt arriver à 6h30. Donc réveil ...
... the hill until it suddenly started to rain heavily.
Fortunately we had got umbrellas with us, so we continued till we saw a large overhanging tree and took shelter under it. I did not time our stay there but it must have been about half an hour. During that time it poured down, the road became ...
... the next port of call - a medieval city called Sibenik - as we both managed to completely crash out! Once here, our guide took us on a short walking tour of the city, pointing out diferent intersting features.
From here, we headed on to make a quick photo stop of a town (called Primosten), which locals made a land bridge to in order to connect it to mainland Croatia. This was really quite beautiful!
The final stop before heading back to Split, was in ...
... by card and 150 must be cash. We look at each other and shrug...we are in no position to argue. After all the first thing Anamarija did when we arrived yesterday was to take a picture of our passports to register us with the police...we're certainly not in Oz anymore. I look at the sign above and I think I decipher 400 kuna to release the car and 300 kuna for the police fee, but nothing about cash or credit card. So the kindly policeman is giving us a ...