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... a good one sided conversation with Christine and I trying to get some questions answered versus having him talk about whatever topic jumped into his head. As people slowed down eating he clapped his hands and stood up - he noted it was time for a nap and he left. Overall nice idea but the event was a tad strange. We are meant to host another dinner where we cook meat - maybe we can avoid this??? The ...
... by Diocletian). This also happens to make it the second oldest Christian cathedral in the world. Whilst in split I also went up the coast by bus to Trogir, which is located on a tiny island just off the coast and is one of the best preserved medieval towns in Europe. Built in the 15th century by the venetians, it consists of tiny medieval streets that wind organically through the town, limestone buildings and shuttered windows. There ...
Thunder and lightening begun and then it bucketed down so we rushed back to our boat slipping and sliding down the hill and tip toeing around sea urchins. It reminded me of the scene on the titanic because the other yachts needed to use our dingy to get across to safety.
We spent the early morning belting out love songs while watching the lightening.
... a bit of a break.
At the house, we picked up Lara and went into walk around the city centre. The kids got a chance to chill out and play on a playground.
Then, yes, we are still going, we all went to a local market and fair that was in town as a special event. The kids had a go on some rides some more thrilling than others. Although, Bubba was a little worried about the structural quality of the rides!
... the encroaching fields and the modern city of Solin overlapping parts of the old city of Salona, there are still things left to be seen! So on a bright sunny and hot day, hats donned and skins glistening with sunscreen, we went up and down large fields to see lots of little stones, and it was a lot of fun.
Furthermore, I (almost) haven't bothered you with lousy Latin quotes.
Timeo Danaos et dona ferentes. :D