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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 …
... lived with ten Irish twenty-year-olds last summer, I can say with some confidence that young Irish lads live up to almost any stereotype you can throw at them. (There’s always at least one Seamus in the group).
With our raucous travelling companions, we made way for the Hungarian border, where we were stopped for an hour as a sullen-face Hungarian officer took every single one of our passports in a massive stack and disappeared into an ...
... except I couldn't find the door to get out anywhere. So I thought it would be a genius idea to climb out of the window... But no, this was not a good idea, I somehow managed to smash my head so incredibly ******* the window frame that it bought me to tears which believe you me, takes a lot! Within minutes I had a lovely bruise and pretty hefty lump on my forehead which is blooming sore. Don't worry, I was laughing at my stupidity soon enough and its not that bad. I think ...
Today is a day of “greatest hits” as Craig called it, a day for moving slowly through a lot of the same things we had already done and loved. We are trying to ease the separation anxiety that we are experiencing for having to leave Split tomorrow. Mostly we did a lot of walking, sitting in the shade, and eating. We had what was billed as the best pizza in Split at ...
... have to do. Then the 103 steps with the cases was the next challenge. I will be coming back an iron man at this rate, or worn out!
The Hula Hula Bar is a great place to watch the sunset. About 50 padded lounge chairs on the rocks, for the first comers and then it's bar seating and standing room only. Lots of younger ones all drinking to excess. I joined them and got a bit tipsy by the end of the night. The bar staff know they have a window of about ...