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... a child feels on their first day of school.
Sailing Day 1: Split – Stair Grad
Check in was 11am so after a bit of a sleep in and some last minute chores we were all packed up and on our way to the port. Envy struck us as we looked at all of the other little backpacks wandering about (I also think the shares of Kathmandu are in good shape). Nervousness accompanied the envy looking at the quantity of flat billed caps, nipple singlets and douche tatts that were also ...
... the throngs! . Food. The specialty seems to be food cooked "under the Bell" which seems to equate to covered barbecues. Never felt like a gourmet experience though. Perhaps we were missing something? But we enjoyed eating outside every evening with a cold beer watching the beautiful sunsets. . Sunset at the top of Dubrovnik ( reached by cable car) - just spectacular! And the same? Or at least similar to home : . The ...
... for a while. When I woke up, we chilled on the computers for a bit before going out for a walk to get some dinner. We walked to another little restaurant on our street called Konoba Lučac, where we got a pasta each and some grilled veggies and chips to share. It was actually pretty delicious! After dinner we went back to the hostel where we chilled out on the wifi for a while before going to bed and getting a **** nights ...
... pure sunlight each day. - We docked next to the biggest private boat I have ever seen first hand today. It quickly became an in joke that Justin and I owned the boat. August 4th: It's fair to say everyone woke up early and hungover, as the engines started not long after 6am and down in the 'dungeon' (aka below deck rooms,) it is pretty much impossible to sleep with that noise going on. Thankfully we made a swim stop (along the Dalmatian coast) in the morning, which quickly ...
... br> in Split.
Breakfast is served until 11am but I don’t want to delay too much. I’d
like to visit Diocletian Palace which is accessible at all times however the
shops and museums close early especially on a week-end. I have a day trip
in mind as well but I’ll consider it more seriously once I’ve seen more of Split. It’s a
relaxing, romantic destination. I’m happy with my choice.