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... 1000 (only Joking) other people there to , tryed to climb the bel tower but got a little high and crowed for some members of our team so not all made it to the top Well Done Russ. After having lunch in a quaint little restaurant we wandered a little more until returning to the cool of the Ships A/C another 14000 steps today Cheers ...
... have to be on our knees.
We pass by the huge statue of Ivan Mestrovic, we rub his well worn big toe for luck
He then takes us to the 3rd century Chapel of St. Martin, who is the patron of wine, the poor and virgins. Martin/ martini ??? Our guide tells us to be careful of "open theft" as we walk through the tiny streets of Diocletian's palace. The narrowest street is called "let me pass" ...
... family: UICTFontTextStyleBody; font-size: 17px; line-height: normal;">We got out of bed early and after a sparse breakfast, we walked into town to the meeting point. There were about thirty of us on the trip and apart from us, all were below the age of 25 years old - we were the token oldies!
After being marched for about half a kilometre round the town, we ended up in the port and there we boarded a coach. One and a half hours was the stated journey time but we ...
... and synchronizing strokes, Paul and Kathryn argued about it for the first 15 min or so but eventually figured it out, meanwhile Andrew just gave up and mostly laid down in the back of his kayak making Amanda do the heavy lifting.
... to having a look around, this lasted about 150m before the heavens opened and we took shelter in a cozy little restaurant for a beer and bruschetta. The concern on our faces was plain to see as the previous week a number of ships had been damaged whist sailing due to the stormy conditions.
With the sky fury seeming to have resided we continued on our way and upon making the port were greeted with the sights, sounds and colours of a Croat wedding, with rescue flares being waved ...