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had stayed at the Maran restaurant
earlier that trip so they emailed him to have him save one of his 3 berths for
us for that night. I am always amazed by technology now, emailing from a boat
to shore, crazy, what did we all do before. The other thing about these
restaurants is the WIFI. That helps electronic withdrwal symptoms even if ones
brain is on vacation. After all I need WIFI to blog !!!!
When we got
... most of the war time damage. From the top, you see the length of the coast line and the narrow streets of the old town. Our night ended with a sunset cruise and dinner of freshly caught snapper. To start us off we were offered either a traditional Croatian brandy or "firewater" - which apparently was a man's drink. Neither were drinks you wanted a refill of, but the fish and the sunset made for a relaxing end to another busy day. Off to Bosnia ...
... survived the siege. The city has been mostly restored and the little evidence of war damage has been left deliberately on view. After a long, hot day of sightseeing we returned to the Excelsior to swim in the Adriatic. This sea has an exceptionally high salinity and the clarity is stunning. The water is cool (tho not Monterey Bay cold, thank god). We swam a bit until a surge picked up, then we went for a swim in the indoor 50 ...
Finally a holiday sleep in! I got out of bed in just enough time to check out, the hostel was so cruisy though I chilled in the common room with a few other Aussies before I had to catch the bus to Dubrovnik at 12.30.
I jumped on the express bus and 5 hrs later I was in rainy Dubrovnik, then started my mission to the hostel. I had booked to stay in 'Old Town' as it was apparently central. Not knowing too much else about Old Town it sounded good. What I should ...
Our flight into Split was very scenic. Croatia has over1100 islands, some dotted with small villages - a taste of things to come! We stayed in a very large apartment with 6 friends in the neighbouring village of Podstrana. The apartment is idyllic as it is on the top floor of a villa located on the steep hillside near the coast with stunning views overlooking the water and the olive oil producing island of Brac. Although we did have some rain periods, good times were had eating ...