Radisson Blu Resort Split
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... clown that has to come in at about 1am in the morning and make as much noise as possible to awaken the whole hotel. It seems the norm these days in hotels for folk just to make as much noise as possible in hotels. Do they not think of others and that people might be sleeping?? Or is it only me who thinks that way?? Anyway, after being woken by these noisy gits its now almost 7am so I'm going to try and get a last hour snooze before I need to get going. Cheers for now ...
... and to the town at the far end. A short boat trip across the channel and then back again.
This was a perfect way to sweat out the night before and with a stop to have a swim included any thoughts of the night before were gone.
Once back at the boat a decision was being made to head from the islands towards Slano on the mainland, deceptive as the cloudless sky and warm sun was apparently bad weather was on the way.
So with all the boat in agreement we settled ...
... we'd most likely be on a boat with Australians (which is why we needed the vodka) we headed with our Skipper, Dal to our yacht named Moon Kiss. We were the only non-Australians on our 8 person yacht apart from Dal who says he is from England but he's definitely from Scotland. Sarah and Thomas are from Adelaide but are living in London, Denise & Vanessa are flight attendants from Australia who live in Dubai, Sammy is ...
... 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 ...
... 2 a bottle. Pretty much anything goes at this place, table dancing, sparkling flares lighting up the room, lots of shots all under the sounds of standard chart music. For a moment I felt like we were frauds encroaching on an 18-30’s holiday but the vodka red bulls were kicking in and we gave as good as we got!
For every bar like Kiva, there are other quieter establishments. Hvar is a place where everything is catered for. Even if you are on ...