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... we anchored at Sibenik in Croatia - thankfully the weather settled down so the ship could go right into port. Quite cool and we walked around town bundled up in coats & warm scarves until about 1pm before heading back to the ship for lunch. Very pretty town but I still don't like the people much. Very sour and a bit ...
... the tourist, and the weather. In the inland villages, you need to be able to walk around, and the rain slows down the tourist trade. In the coastal towns they can only operate for 4-5 months of the year and then literally close down. Whole towns turn into ghost towns as the residents either take holidays, or go somewhere else to work.
The country needs to get a long period without wars, so they can show the world what they have. If you ever get the chance to go there, do not hesitate.
We set the alarm for 7:30 am, showered and headed as usual for the buffet. We chose to have the gratuities removed from our bill which mounted to $84 per person per week. Unfortunately, we will have to do it again next week as they only add it to your bill weekly. We didn't have to get a tender ticket as we were on an NCL Excursion called Split Old Town and Medieval Trogir. We waited in the Stardust Theatre for our tour to be called andbecame very annoyed with the hostess ...
... we sat around the van drinking and chatting, there was all sorts of people there!! It was great!
After more drinking, live music, dancing and taking the **** out of the bass player and drummer!! It was time to sleep.
Skaville had come to an end, what an amazing time we had, and many new friends we made!!!
We maneged to do some off roading and get Wally out and away with our new PLESKA C.D. blarring!!!!!!!
All thanks to Pedja and Mirta for telling us about ...
Finally! The one thing I've been looking forward to the most in this trip: Plitvice Lakes! It was magnificent, certainly nothing like it! Celebrated last night with the group at Split.
We left the campsite around 8AM. Weather was cool. Perfect for just wearing my hiking shoes. Plitivice Lakes was only 5 minutes drive away. I was excited! I wasn't disappointed!
We were given till noon to explore. I was wondering why. I realised the ...