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Travel Blogs from Bol
... and the boys enjoyed watching movies in their own hotel room while donning luxurious white robes and lounging on the balcony with a sea view!
My workshop went really well, entitled, “How Neurodevelopmental Research Findings Can Enhance Children's Socioemotional Adjustment at School and Home: Theory and Applications.” It was sold out, in fact, and a few stragglers tried to sneak in without signing up. Of course I let them. Many of them had already ...
... the tourist, and the weather. In the inland villages, you need to be able to walk around, and the rain slows down the tourist trade. In the coastal towns they can only operate for 4-5 months of the year and then literally close down. Whole towns turn into ghost towns as the residents either take holidays, or go somewhere else to work.
The country needs to get a long period without wars, so they can show the world what they have. If you ever get the chance to go there, do not hesitate.
... not have a huge harbour for visiting tourist ships. This meant it was not busy with tourists.
- A small village ( another) with a small harbour and a lovely ambience ( again ).
- Sandy Beach in Bol. It looked lovely from the Futura but the Croatian definition of sand is different to our Kiwi definition!
The Captains Dinner on the Futura - One of the tables enjoying the final dinner on board.
So my busabout tour ended in Split and I decided to stick around a few more days to enjoy the city. Split used to be the retirement estate of a Roman emperor. Downtown Split is the remains of Roman ruins. It is a UNESCO site. The cool thing about is that people live, eat, and shop in this ruins. It is a site where you not only take pictures but you actually walk through the icy and take it all in. Split is also not he coast so I did walk to the beach and enjoy the water and ...
... happened to be in Bol to celebrate Croatia's independence day. The hostel owners have a boat, so we went to watch the fireworks from the harbour. It was really nice. We also tried some of the local street food which consisted of some nice sea food dishes.
I am not sure what else to say about Bol. It is a beautiful little place with not much happening. It was exactly perfect for laying on the beach and being ...
Other places to stay in Bol
David cesta 11a, Bol | 4 star hotelfrom $138
Put Zlatnog rata 42, Bol | 4 star hotelfrom $90
Domovinskog rata 54, Bol | 3 star hotelfrom $69
Put Zlatnog rata 46, Bol | 4 star hotelfrom $120
1 Riva Frane Radica , Bol | 3 star hotelfrom $102