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... up was Vodice, which had a beautiful beach and plenty of people enjoying the sun. This town seemed to have a party vibe with many young people drinking throughout the day.
Our final spot today was Zadar where we had booked another private apartment for the three of us. The apartment was really nice and had everything we needed, except wifi and we really needed wifi to figure out our next stops in Croatia. The man who ...
... languages). He insisted we have a “traditionale welcome drink” which turned out to be a home brew of something that tasted close to tequila. We knew then that it was a bad idea. But after a few beers with the owner he took us out on his boat for a swim. Later back at the camp, and over a few more beers, we met a nice German couple as they were the only ones who could speak English. It was a good night and a lovely spot.
... my favourite place on the trip. Nice beaches with clear blue waters, good food, cheap beer, plenty to do and see, loads of islands within easy access, a beautiful old town, parks, great place. My only regret is that it was right at the end of my trip and I only had 2 nights there. I toyed with the idea of stopping 1 more night but it would have been too difficult to get to Plitvice and back to Zadar in one day.
The hostel was decent,12 kuna a pint during ...
... a taxi from the airport (which is 20kms from Split, and 6km from Trogir (population 13,000) to the Trogir boat marina
A$1 = 5.7 Kuna
1 Kuna = 17.5c
The taxi drops us off at the ACI (Adriatic Croatia International) marina on Ciova Island, right where the yacht is moored, which is very lucky, as it’s a big marina. We’re introduced to Ursula, who we haven’t met before, and then we all adjourn to the bar for a catch-up drink. ...
... afternoon we picked up the boat and headed for Brac Island.
We stayed at Stiponska, a really pretty sheltered inlet with a deserted stone building.
Adrian swam our stern line ashore and tied it to a tree.
It was a calm night but very hot, about 35 in the day and in the high 20's overnight!