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... 58km. Sounds soooooo impressive but the first 20 or so km were downhill ;) we enjoyed great scenery coasting through the villages of Nerezisca and Lozisca, but didn't really stop much to take pictures, Then down to the port of Milna for lunch. After lunch we continued on to the town of Sutivan then along the coast back to our hotel in Postira.
Rode in the party ...
... bus. Thankfully I just made it on there (a matter of minutes really), and I was on the way to Luton airport. Arriving at the airport, I had the strange sensation that I was there early and had time to kill. This have me a chance to spend the little pounds I had left on lunch, before heading to the gate. Thankfully, one of the boys I met on the airport transfer, was near the front of the line and I jumped in with him. This meant we had our choice of seats on the plane (as most ...
... 8211; Day 6 - Split
Still raining so unable to climb to higher fortress in Omis, instead lazed around until Captain Ante comfortable to sail once storm front passed. The end of our sailing journey arriving in Split early afternoon. Amanda escorted us on an orientation walk around old town; Split second largest city so very big and busy compared to other towns visited. Old City full of cultural heritage sites, well preserved Roman ruins arguably in better nick than ...
... a living breathing town rather than a theme park. The thing that struck us most was the overwhelming number of yummy mummies around the town - immaculately dressed young women with babies in tow were everywhere. The birthrate of the town must be sky high.
We spent our final full day in Croatia sea kayaking towards a beautiful island in the Adriatic. It was great to get the exercise and the scenery was really special, but we felt it the next day!
... footnote. Branko is a very keen lover of grafitti and later compared the handwriting in the note finding a number of letters and a smile icon used at the end closely resembled the mysteriously famous Banksy(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ban ksy). His only conclusion was the visitor to his gallery may have in fact been Banksy. By the next day when I came with Susan to buy, he had completed the work, printed a coupe of copies and posted one off immediately as ...