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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 …
... people: half boys half girls but of course our boat ending up with 14 girls and only 4 boys. But it turned out amazing as everyone was so nice; the majority of the girls were Aussies living in London and everyone got along really well! We sat down for our first amazing lunch. Just spag bol but it was better than anything I had in Italy. I'm glad I didn't have too much though as the boat got pretty rocky to Hvar. No one was used to being on a boat, especially ...
... manage to have small little coffee shops etc situated inside them. The town is exceptionally clean and tidy and must rate as one of the cleanest towns left on the planet. You could virtually eat your food off the floor. The temperature out here was well up in the 20s and walking around here in all bike gear was just too hot and so I had to find somewhere for a sit down and a coffee. I walked passed one restaurant and the chap was trying to get me to come in and have some ...
... hefty journey to the evenings destination, this was welcomed by all though with a whole boat snooze taking place on the Topdeck that would have brought back memories of early school naptime.
A swim stop to wake ourselves up and we were heading for port. With the previous night’s antics still fresh in everyone’s minds we took the opportunity to get in some exercise with a pick up soccer match at the local court which got the heart pumping. We finished the afternoon with ...
Another catamaran ride. The novelty may be starting to wear off… :-) So far we have amassed quite a variety of modes of transport: plane, city metro rail, walking, intercity/country rail, horse-drawn carriage, bicycle, car, ferry, catamaran, scooter, gondola (coming up - in Venice). Quite the collection!
In short - it took 4 hours 45 minutes to get to Split. We arrived at 9:15pm and really just slept there the night. Our next train left at 8:20am the following ...