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... it. It was nothing like the calamari I had while in Spain with Ryan. I immediately thought of my mom while eating it though. I know how much she loves it. When we all were finally stuffed we headed back to the hostel to get ready to go out. Mia unfortunately was not feeling well and stayed in while Ryan and I headed to the bar downstairs. We ended up going on the pub-crawl type thing with the hostel and met a guy from Ireland, Luke Finnegan. Ryan developed a major man crush ...
... soup.....in the form of vodka and tequila. They even drank the soup from the dreads of one of the guys. Things were getting messy and it was making a lot of our group uncomfortable having so many disorderly, drunk people on the boat, especially after the events of the previous night. It was a hot day on deck, so I ventured downstairs for a nap, and about an hour later I'd awoken to an odd smell..a fishy smell. It was coming ...
... of Venice is strong in the Loggia- the main square with the Cathedral of St Stephen (my traveling companion is enjoying seeing his name everywhere)!! Renaissance buildings stand out.
We began a fairly descent climb up steps before crossing the road to begin the walk to the Spanjola- fort. Views on the way were incredible but at the top , heavenly. There is a story that when God was sharing out the world ...
... and bluity (if that’s not a word, it should be).
I could have spent a couple more days in Split, but I was off to Dubrovnik, which, as advertised was just gorgeous. The whole town is like one big historic monument, no cars, just churches, museums, restaurants, residences and shops, surrounded by awesome city walls and coastline. Even though it is truly a beautiful town, it is mostly a tourist attraction and, I thought, lacked real heart (as opposed to Split ...
... Luckily in Milna we bought Sophie some new reef shoes as there are millions of sea urchins, spiky and mean. On with the shoes off with the expensive bra and in she dives to rescue the dingy. A true hero as Adam and I enjoy the effect of the beverages from dinner and laugh as she tows it back to shore to us. Adam rows us back to Navis for a game of cards and to watch the rocks teasing our boat for the night. Happy travellers.
After some calls to ...