- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... so I opted for some delicious spaghetti carbonara. Located across the Adriatic from Italy, the food tradition in Croatia is similar, if not identical. Delicious!
Note 2: The Croatian language is chock full of consonants, often without many intervening vowels. Diacritical marks on some consonants (like "c") change the pronunciation completely. "J" is pronounced "y" as in "yes, some Cs are pronounced "ts" as in Tsar, some are "ch" as in ...
... often. He also had a circular space built with amazing acoustics so any intruders would be sure to be heard. What a way to go through life! We listened to an amazing Dalmation accapella group sing there...astounding! We ate a traditional meal which was way too heavy for us (they're big on potatoes here). As the sun set we wandered along the pier before making our way along the promenade and back for a rest. Next day we made our way up to the top of Park ...
... Rach, Zared, Shayne, Jamie, Amanda, Haralds, Matilda, Alan, Shaan and Jeremy. We make up a large part of the boat with the remainder the Aussies Sam, Addison, Tom, Nicole, Jacq, Jo, Cameron and Kate, an American Chris, poms Tony and Amelia and the Dutch man Yon.
We are quickly told the rules about drinks - a tab system = DANGER. It seems we must also have 1 drink upon rising before 10am, or else we are ...
... and this one was especially notorious for the fish which ate the poo), not really a place to swim so we took a walk over to another, much prettier, bay and had a swim and a beer there, which was really nice. The Croatian beaches/rocks are pretty built up, and there was bars and restaurants and those nice white deck chairs all the way along the rocks. It's cool in some ways, since you can go straight from the bar/restaurant to the water, but does take away ...
... for Grace & Mitch (Mitch = iPad time!) over lunch, work for Stew and then more swimming/beaching in the afternoon. Some mornings we changed things up with breakfast at the Hula Hula bar & afternoons spent jumping off the jetty. We had a quiet little bay immediately beneath the house. It was isolated and largely empty. The kids enjoyed it when we made tents out of sticks and towels. We floated around on inflatable beds. Mitchy started to ...