Luna Island Hotel
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... br> Deb - glad we went to Hvar, but needed longer there to looked around.
Jenny - the diving competition off the boat was particularly wonderful and I WON!!
Now these are the comments from the castaways -
Little Buddy - while on the island I swam out with snorkel and mask to hunt for lunch, found nothing - as usual!
Mary-Ann - all the castaways are just so lovely, especially Lovey (as she is writing the blog)!
Ginger - ...
Leaving Cres we hope for a good sail with strong winds but no as soon as we get in open waters the wind dies! So we motor across 15 miles to the Island of Rab. well worth it as another lovely old town and lots of good restaurants for us to toast our anniversary. On arrival we decide to anchor in sheltered inlet and give the ACI marina a miss - saving another ...
With a break in the rain we decided we needed to move on as need to make Rovinj by next weekend. Very overcast but a good sail up to Molat and once we were through the gap and on the west side of Molat the seas were much calmer. Realising that Locina was no anchoring we headed round for a peaceful night in Podgarbe, a small bay with great shelter and clear ...
... the stop was the thunderstorm which came out of nowhere and stuck about 10 minutes before we were due to be picked up. Lighting and thunder directly over our heads with torrential rain and even hail. Which was hard to believe as it was still about 30 degrees out. Everyone got soaked. The bus stank a little. Funny stuff. We arrived in Zadar, checked into our hotel and headed straight for the ...
... shorter, would probably take longer than the toll road and be a nightmare of bends. The signs coming out of Rijecka were confusing and we ended up on the coast road by mistake. We consulted the map again and took an exit to the left with sent us over hills and around and about until we met the toll road which goes to Zagreb and Split. All of which took extra time. The satnav, on mute, which I use to show the speed, kept losing us and ...