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... Marin is also on a gluten free diet in an effort to combat a psoriasis condition he suffers from, so it was interesting comparing notes.
Finally after a whole day of sailing, we returned after 6pm to the bay where we started, and left Marin a tip for being so accommodating. We felt bad as some Americans had taken advantage of him the day before, sailing in less than ideal conditions they told him ‘this is not the relaxing trip we paid ...
... to a small bay for a swim. The scenery on Hvar is breathtaking! And to see it whilst riding is wonderful! We had a lovely day! This morning we caught the bus into Hvar town. It is an ancient fishing villa gas well, just a lot bigger and more touristy than Jelsa. It was quite busy with lots of people in the town and boats in the harbour. Hvar has an old fort on the hill behind it and part of the old town walls are ...
... go back to around 295AD... but there is everything between then and now to be seen. Just walking around the site is entertainment enough but there are great little museums and galleries tucked in and around the palace as well.
The original palace fronted straight onto the water - the overlooking terrace would have been a damn fine place for sunset G&T. The waterfront has now been reclaimed and forms the trendy Riva where people spend the ...
... a lot of run down buildings and graffiti. It did seem like a nice place though! After another 6 hour train ride we arrived, finally, in Split. It was a beautiful train journey through the mountains. We stayed in a little place up a hill, we dumped our bags and walked into the city centre. We wandered around the Diocletian palace, which was pretty cool. It's a huge palace ruin that has been left in the city and they've just worked ...
... off the side of the boat into the bluest water I have ever seen. It was also refreshingly cool, unlike Spain! Back on the boat, I started to feel a bit queasy as we sat there rocking, so I skipped lunch. But as soon as we started moving again, seasickness hit me, and I spent the rest of the day spewing my guts up. It was horrendous. The only way I could stop vomiting was lying down in Gee and my room. So I missed the whole day of sailing. When I eventually scraped myself ...
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