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... it's a delight to be in. It seems to be at the bottom of something called the velebit ki kanal. The Croats obviously have a different idea of what a canal is to ourselves. We've decided to stay put for a couple of days before moving on to Braca (an island) via Split and then turning around to go to the Plitvicka national park as we start to head back in about a weeks time. And that's about as much of a plan as you'll ever see us ...
... Hvar are an 18 mile privately guided bike tour of the Island (by a past Croatian national bike champion on $3500 carbon fiber bikes) and a 4 hour sail and snorkeling tour of the outer islands. Our exploration of the coast treats us to magnificent Roman and Venetian era cities, sunsets, cliff driving, blue water, and the one-lane, two-way roads that make driving around old Europe (with Marcia at the stick shift controls) so peaceful and relaxing!
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... s even more relaxing. Most studios practice a form of Ashtanga so a lot of it is repetitive sun salutations anyway. There’s not much diversity in types of classes offered but I do take a hot yoga class as well, which I love. It’s about 100 degrees in there and feels great.
I guess talking about yoga is a nice segue into our week-long visit with our friend from Turkey. I wanted to share my favorite pastime with him but to say that he disliked ...
Our van dropped us right at the entrance to the gates of the old city center of Zadar, a car free zone. Our apartment was just a short walk away from the gate and, finally, we were able to see the Adriatic Sea and its crystal clear water. We stayed at another Air BNB in Zadar and, again, our host was right there to meet us! We climbed the 107 steps to the 6th floor (the roof, really) where we stepped out of the building onto a huge terrace ...
... doing what frogs do... that is when they are doing exactly what humans do. We weren't supposed to take any pictures, this of course one could understand, I mean if you can't take a photo of the Sistine Chapel... Megan ignored the rule anyway - see photos below.
After this we spent the day on the beach reading before jumping on a 5pm bus to Zadar.
In Zadar, we let fate take its course by deciding the best course ...