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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 ...
Ok, so we’ll divulge a little into some of the conversations we had with Kruno and his dad (and believe me this is tame!) So as we were checking out, Kruno’s dad came along and in Croatian whilst holding our hands told us we were good people….arh that’s sweet, he then boasted about how they ‘breed’ in his family….right….ok…. he then proceeded to tell us that ...
... on board but I have yet to see her. We enjoyed the show but it's amazing to me how crazy people are - most of the ship has returned to watch the show again. Groupies for sure! After the show ended at 11:00 pm we went to the chocolate buffet for yet even more good. There were lots of chocolate carving displays but to be honest, I wasn't overly thrilled with the selection. We returned to our rooms and watched the Fugitive onTV and read all our documents to prepare for ...
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 ...
... of vehicular fatigue, we soon found ourselves zipping along the main north coast highway, bound for Lovrecina Bay, and a coastal walking route we hoped would meet our goals. The islands of Dalmatia are generally a hardy lot – cloaked in limestone ridges and offering a seemingly endless number of lovely coves and harbors.
Our intended trail turned out to be very pleasant, hugging the coast for 3 miles between Lovrecina Bay and the delightful town of Postira. ...