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... their aircon units. In the evening we ate at our new number one location for food on the trip as we dined on the jetty overlooking the harbour, the sun remained fierce even after it had disappeared in a blaze of pink. Meanwhile back on the mainland... Last night was fun spending time with my grandparents and Auntie seeing as I could stay with them rather than going kayaking with ...
... time. We turned North West to return to Split. It was a beautiful drive as the sun was setting behind the mountains. At one point the sun had gone behind a hill but as we came through a long tunnel the sun shone straight into it. It was truly an amazing sight as it bounced round the curved wall. Ed did well to stay on the road as we were all slightly blinded!
We made it back to the same apartment in Split and were greeted with great joy by our host Josep. It ...
... I hop skipped and a jumped back down to the beach of course for another dip or two. Next stop time to get lost inside the palace walls again, I put the map away and just explored where the alley ways took me it was beautiful a magical step back in time. The bell tower seemed so low (after St Pauls) but I knew the view into the palace from birds eye would be great so I then sat up there for a while just taking it all in (and taking numerous photos ...
Quick 50 minute ferry journey from Split to Brac, and relatively cheap too, I think it cost about $5. Checked into a little apartment about a 10minute walk from the beach called Adriatric apartments, set down our bags then went off for some exploring.
Amish was very excited to learn there was a Lidl supermarket 50m from our room and set off ...
... yet another stunning little town; Trogir. Surrounded by massive town walls, Trogir is lined with quaint little cobbled alleyways in which to lose yourself. I could just stroll for hours marvelling at the textures of the old buildings, the charming old timber shutters and ornate stone work which adorns the buildings.
It is all so very pretty and tomorrow we are off to the island of Hvar, this is all just so ...