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... of town to wander the old palace built in 245 AD, which is now used for private accommodation and loads of tourist stalls. The fresh food market was amazing, so much produce. Split was just a calmer, slower spot than Venice and we enjoyed that aspect. Back to the boat to set sail again, siesta time! I really think we should adopt this practice home. Our dinner companions tonight were 6 from England, Ian & Debbie from ...
... have stolen it if we even wanted to (the owner probably would have just spotted us at some point and dog-paddled over). But still—this blasť attitude of the Croatian people about anything tourist-related as really, erm, heightened the experience.
After Dubrovnik, we spent four days in Split, which has a lovely but small old town. During the day, it was so stinking hot that there was pretty much no way you could actually do anything in the town of ...
... I do however spot some water shoes to make David's ventures into the sea a little less painful on his new born baby feet...he wasn't pleased I described them like that in a previous post but that's exactly what they are. He wasn't raised on the Gold Coast where I basically didn't wear shoes until I went to high school! Needless to say he was extremely grateful I spotted them, in a ladies shoe shop no less.
We detour via the beach on the way home for ...
... season (July and August), things get very very busy. All guests are English speaking (perhaps by design), most from Australia, but some from Canada, New Zealand and ourselves from SA. Most are our age group which makes for good company. The mix formula seems to be working which is great.
We are now in day four of the cruise and loving it. We have to pinch ourselves every now and again, to make sure that this is for real - beautiful ...
... the kids have actually amassed crowds while playing.
I guess it’s reasonable, if there were some sport or sporting equipment that I saw kids playing in the U.S. that I had never in my life seen before, I’d probably take a second to see what it was all about.
And finally, the last fun fact….
Fun Fact # Whatever….
Civility is synonymous to the former Yugoslavia, Bosnia, Croatia? That’s seems ...