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Ferry, Ferry how does my garden grow? Someone is waxing lyrical!!
But seriously a ferry was the way we decided to journey from Dubrovnik north to Hvar.
Early start as we had to be at the wharf and pick up the tickets for the ferry at 10am. Little were we to know it took 5 minutes and then we had to wait an hour to board and …
Next morning we were up and out pretty quick. We did a bit of cruising before heading into a little bay for a good hours worth of swimming. Our next stop was was Hvar, by far the biggest and most known of the towns we would go to on the cruise and touted as the up-and-coming party town in the area. Something like a new Ibiza apparently.
As it was the biggest and most popular of the towns, we couldn't really dick around as much as it was the same deal as ...
... have to go out.
Although we managed to patch things up in the end, ultimately this boat trip had been the biggest downfall of the holiday so far. I can say completely that it truly depends on the group that you are with, but there were other problems as well, it was over prices, our tabs at the end were higher than what they should've been, there were managerial issues, the RAN OUT OF WATER ON ...
... I headed to bed ready to travel the next day. All in all I am so so pleased I spent time in Hvar, it is a beautiful island although there's so much I didn't get to explore - I'll have to make a second visit sometime but I am not surprised people return again and again; if you've not been then I cannot recommend it enough. After I left Hvar I returned to Split for some sightseeing over my last 4 days in Croatia - next blog to follow soon. ...
... we'd been recommended. We found it, but it was pretty quiet, and looked more like a sports bar, so we kept walking for a bit and found a place called Splash, which was a rock/metal bar. We went in there for a drink and got talking to some of the locals. The guy we were talking to apparently works at this bar too, and was telling us how amazing a singer the guy behind the bar was! He ended up convincing him to sing us a bit of 'Dock of the Bay' which ...