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Niko and Cvito departed first as they had to catch the bus from Marina to Split. There was not enough room in the hire wagon for two bikes and Niko, let alone Niko and Cvita. I'm not suggesting that Niko has put on weight, I am merely saying that the hire although it is a wagon is small!
With the car packed, we said our farewells and chows to Mato and Mara, our hosts for three nights. I was permitted to give Mara a kiss and a cuddle as we ...
... at the most amazing hostel, called Fresh Sheets which was within the old city walls and close to all the cliff side bars! The staff were very friendly at the hostel (free shot on arrival!) and was I also lucky enough to meet some great people here and explore the island together...always much more fun with others :-) From the moment I walked through the Pile gate, the main entry into Dubrovnik Old City, I knew I was going to love this city. ...
... huge waterfall and swam in the water. It was probably one of the most refreshing swims I've ever had. A waterfall is a great place to swim because it's fresh water, aka you're not constantly swallowing salt, and its not stagnant water like a lake so its nice and clean and clear. You could see all of the rocks at the bottom it was so clear. We just floated in the water for probably an hour after taking pictures. Definitely one of the most relaxing stops on the trip. ...
... different here, especially after being spoiled in Italy for 2 weeks. We will adjust.
We strolled around, found a gelato place and took some photos before settling in for the night. As we lay in bed to the thump, thump, thump of the bass from the music outside our bathroom from the bar outside the hotel. We closed the door and fall asleep.
First impressions of Croatia were wonderful... this is going to be fun!
... of Venetian rule – the fortifications, a number of elaborate wells, the Land Gate and the Sea Gate, and some elegant palaces. (We had lunch in a narrow street between two of them, a delicious meal of lamb chops and sauté potatoes.)
The most recent addition to the old town’s attractions is the world’s first sea organ, on the waterfront. Within stone steps descending to the sea is a system of pipes. ...