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... and I ordered pork medallions from the meat side so we could split halfway for the best of both worlds. I ordered a pork dish, but the kitchen messed up and I got a much more expensive steak medallions so I wasn't complaining! Xenia and Karen got the shared fish platter which was huge and all the boys probably got steak. It was tasty all washed down with some delicious wine.
After that we headed back into town, a short 10 minute walk with a lot ...
... for a Croatian island. There is even a club there (an expensive club) which you have to catch a boat to.
Our final days with the group went fairly well. We travelled to Korcula the following day where we all had dinner together and I had cocktails at a bar with the boys and our guide. I got buffalo'd holding a litre of cocktail....which was the start of what was a very ...
I moved from Split to the island of Hvar on Saturday, 5 July. Caught an early ferry across so that I could make the most of the day over there and enjoy some more of the sunshine. Once I'd dropped my luggage at the hostel (Hvar Out) I headed to a local beach and spent the day snoozing and reading before I could check in later in the afternoon. At this particular hostel there wasn't an inside common area but instead there was a roof ...
... ATM and went to another one instead! Then after not seeing me there either she just went to the meeting point too. Phew. Luckily we both made it onto the bus and started our full day trek to Plitvice Lakes. :) Our tour guide was Ernesto, and he looked like Vin Diesel, and our bus driver was Antonio, also known as Doc by us, because he looked incredibly similar to Doc from Back to the Future. Ernesto was a great guide and gave us a long history of Croatia and the Dalmatians ...
... restaurant to drive us home. She looks exhausted, she sums up her life, “I cook in the restaurant, I clean the house and I sleep with my husband”. She is very gruff but extremely kind and drops as far as she can and we walk the last 500m along the dark rocky track to our dingy. What dinghy….. it’s not there. Gilligan where did you tie it up?? We look out in to the bay to see our rebellious dinghy is floating away in the dim ...