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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... We got to our hostel which was nice and clean. This was Joe's first experience at a hostel and I think he liked it. After we got a city map we headed to a place the hostel staff recommended which was so yummy! I had the most delicious octopus I've ever eaten. It was fresh, tender and juicy cooked in a red wine sauce with chickpeas. I was so impressed and even the local wine went well with it. Later we decided to explore the UNESCO sites which included a Palace, ...
... to settle down, get married and have kids. Despite what some people think, travelling is not a holiday, it is not about maximising relaxation, but rather maximising experiences, and it certainly does not come as easily as the photos and blog posts make it seem. This can easily be scoffed at as one sits at home struggling with mortgages, children, everyday life or dealing with complex and intractable problems at work, but hardship comes in more ways than one. ...
... br> With all the blokes looking swashbuckling and their saltwives scrubbing up nicely it was off to town, the first bar was packed with numerous sailing trip boats in dock and it wasn’t long before some were showing off their talent on the stripper pole, to add to this a camera videoing the dance floor and pole is blown up to a 5m projection on one of the walls outside. It only took a few wild applauses from those leaving the bar to work this out though.
A riddle was ...
... Denise from Australia and last but not least Milan (the
Croatian Sensation) is working in the mines in Perth. We had a beer with our new room mates and made jokes while Dal explained the safety instructions and other ******** regarding Moon Kiss. We set off with 7 other yachts from the same company (Medsailors) 3 of the yachts were packed with ruckus kiwi's. I was not expecting this 2 hour ferry ride to be what it ...
... an amazing Roman era fortification where the majority of the original wall and a lot of other buildings have remained intact and the majority of the buildings inside are now shops or restaurants or museums.
After a bit of hunting we found somewhere to sit down for a quick bite to eat and wound up having an amazing share platter for two with octopus salad, smoked ham, local cheese and mussels - much to the delight of Emma! Once we were recharged ...