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... of LED lights at night that makes random patterns in a large 25 meter circle at the end of the sound organ. We've got 2 more nights here and plan on enjoying some more fresh seafood like the fish we had at lunch today. Next stop is Split, Croatia's 2nd largest city. Ana said it's really only worth one day. We'll see. It is a jumping off point for some nearby islands. The ferries from there run year round and we need to decide what we want to see next.
... people which also has a walled old city and is connected by a pedestrian foot bridge to the 'new' town. For some reason our apartment was not available so a lady took us to another place around the corner. It all was okay but at little annoying after a day of travel and exploring. Zadar was bombed quote severely during the 1991-1994 war in Croatia. The owner of the apartment had a bomb casing in the foyer with some bamboo type sticks in it. There was ...
After our walk into Sali we headed off to Zut to save paying another £40 for the night. A lovely bay with an ACI marina that had 100 berths and only 4 boats in. We took a bouy and had a lovely calm night before a day of maintenance. Impellers changed, hinges fixed, Lassie cleaned and general admin before we headed North - not really knowing where we were ...
An early start but a fab sail through the Islands made it worthwhile. 6-7 knot all the way and we were In Dugi Otok by 3pm. Entering this Island was so different to the Kornatis as lots of trees where as Kornatis was like moons-White Island with few trees. As we had a few spare hours when we arrived we decided to do our Ice ...
... changed from lush green to the mixed gray/green of the Kornati islands. Island after island appeared, like rolling hills emerging from the Adriatic. While the weather warmed, the islands themselves appeared chilly and judgementally silent, appearing devoid of all life. Steph took most of the pictures on the way out, as I tried to sit back, relax, and enjoy the moment (I was trying something I had read about ...