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Today we travelled north up the Adriatic Coast which was spectacular, arriving in Split in the afternoon. Some of the couples on this tour got "Presidential Suites" with 4 poster water beds and separate lounge rooms, of which we were all jealous until the next morning when they all complained about the terrible nights sleep they had had.
So the usual morning routine for us – me up first and shower and get dressed and start packing up all the little bits and pieces then Craig up, bags zipped and out the door and off to breakfast.
After breakfast we went to settle our room charges and get some money from the ATM when I remembered ….. last night when we went out …
On the way from Dubrovnik to Obrovac we decided to make a stop in Split for the day. It was unfortunately overcast making the sea shore rough and windy. Regardless we made our way to the old town to see the ancient roman buildings which make up a large part of the beautiful city. We did a little souvenir shopping and got a delicious lunch from a 250 year old restaurant before making our way ...
... for constantly making Russell look like he had a tan! All these memories will stay with me for life. - Although it was a massive effort to get to Seville, I'm really thankful I made to journey south now, as Cam and I are going to explore Gilbraltar, Morocco and Portugal, before heading up to Valencia for La Tomitina. So that wraps up this blog, so tuned for Cam and my adventures through Africa! PS: not all the photos and videos would upload properly, so I will do it all when I get home and have time to deal with ...
... largely by Serbia, Hungary, etc.
We also fell in love with local Christmas dishes called "bakalar bianco" (basically dried cod mixed with mashed potato) and "pasticada" (stewed slices of veal in gravy accompanied by handmade gnocchi).
In the midst of our stay, we visited a nearby ancient town called Trogir. It is the second oldest town in Croatia, having been settled in the 3rd century! And the entire town was ...