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... to arriving the lunch bell rang and we all went downstairs for our last family meal, another solid 3 course lunch. Once we had docked it was time to settle our dreaded bar tabs. Issy and I had about 1600kn between us, but seeing as some people had racked up a tab that high alone we weren't overly worried. We wandered into town to get some cash with Tilly and Matt, also finding a grocery store where we picked up some chips to eat back on the boat. We played ...
We had a rainy start to our day in Split, Croatia. At first, it was just overcast but the skies opened up and we had a downpour that delayed our excursions for an hour. But slowly things cleared up and we left for a walking tour of the Roman Palace of the Emperor Diocletian. Split is the largest city on the Dalmation coast, second largest in all of Croatia.
Diocletian built a palace he could enjoy after retiring his position as Roman Emperor. Positioned right ...
... several market stalls, plenty of souvenir type shops & a reasonable amount of tourists. The Palace has some remarkably beautiful architectural aspects & some great photo options. We then headed to the bus terminal to check on where to catch the airport shuttle bus on Thursday & to sus out the ferry prices to some of the local islands. The attendant gave me a timetable but it was all too hard to understand so I ...
We had a lazy day at sea today, slept in and he some breakfast. We played two rounds of mini golf (we each won a round), had a swim, drinks by the pool and participated in a game of bingo (we didn't win). Tonight was the Captains cocktail party, so everyone dressed up, we listened to some live music and had a memorable dinner. Early night tonight as we have an 8 am start tomorrow for our tour of ...
... Another very boozy night and for some reason we decided to walk back to the boat which took a good 2 hours.
Today we sail to Korcula town, the birthplace of Marco Polo. Korcula is graced with indented coves, rolling hills and a walled old town that resembles a miniature Dubrovnik. After an orientation walk you can wander the streets checking out the markets and many hand-made jewellery ...