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... so nice being able to speak and understand Italian - and I know that Croatian is a Balkan language which uses a different alphabet and phonetic system. To add to my concerns, we met this lovely lovely Croatian waitress in Austria (who could speak 10 languages - including Croatian) and we asked her if Croatian was difficult to learn - and she said YES! The most difficult!
So, Wade would hear me express concerns about the language like; how are we going to communicate ...
... water and float in mid air for a bit. It was fun to watch. After we found a quiet part of the beach and I fell asleep on one of the chairs. At night we went back to Korcula Town and tried to book our bus ticket to Dubrovnik, but the morning bus we wanted was sold out (that kind of day for us), so we paid more to book a later bus.
This morning we had time to kill before our trip, so we hung out with our luggage near the water killing a couple of ...
... walked up the next pair of stairs while mum and tom stayed at the bottom because they did not want to go up any more. The stairs were stone and easy to go up but then we reached the metal ladders that we had to climb up and it was very high. We finally reached the top and my lags felt like jelly because I was up so high. We looked around the bells then went back down. The way down was much harder than the way up. When we reached the bottom dad took ...
... their way up to our group. We where awarded 3rd place in our group on handicap and took out the major award of first place overall on elapse time for all three races combined. When the trophy was presented to Kevin it was nearly as big as him and he made an excellent acceptance speech. So more champagne, red wine and partying till about 1.30am then back to the boat for some much needed sleep. Congratulations Annette and ...
Tally writing... This morning we got the ferry and then a bus back to split and went on a mission to find a hostel for our final two nights in split. We returned to the hostel we had stayed at on Thursday only to find that they had out the prices up to £50 for one night. Who do they think they are the bloody ritz!?!?! Seriously you are a hostel...you accommodate travellers and generally people that ...