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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 …
... English quite well, though they have a habit of saying “of course” when they mean “yes”, so in the beginning that seems a little abrupt, but now I’m used to it.
I also took some day trips to a couple of nearby islands, Hvar and Brac. I totally mismanaged my time in Hvar, the ferry landed near Stari Grad and I had to catch the bus to Hvar but I underestimated how often the buses ran, so didn’t have as much time in Hvar Town as ...
We were starting to feel we were to only backpackers with backpacks travelling until arriving at Zagreb (Croatia's capital) to catch the overnight train to Split. Wow!!! Hundreds of people cramming onto this train, it took over an hour to get through our carriage to our seat after cues of backpackers that all unable to move. Little did we know there was one of the biggest electro music festivals happening in Split, hence crazy ...
... and a rather Italian feel, but it played an important role in Croatian history. This is where the Baska Tablet was found, the oldest document to be written in the Glagolitic script (the forerunner of Cyrillic). The original is now in the National Archives in Zagreb. From Baska we drove to a small town on the east coast called Vrbnik (the Croatians really don’t like vowels!) This reminded us of one of the Cinque Terre – ...