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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... for nearly two hours. We just slept and talked about everything under the sun, while relaxing in the middle of the Adriatic sea. Following lunch, we arrived in Makrska (based at the bottom of the Biokovo Mountains) for what was a free afternoon. So after Nutella gave us a quick talk of where everything is, we all split up. Ten of us (Kerry, Anna, Justo, Nat, Greg, Amy, Alex, Jimmy, Cookie and myself) all headed down the beach and went jet skiing. I wasn't convinced at first, ...
... continued to the Green Market, this is a market place of locally made things and food (fresh fruit and vegetables and all types of produce) are sold. Last week it went on strike as the sellers now have to give a receipt on every sale, part of being in the EU (Croatia entered the EU on 1st July). This means that tax will be easier to collect but is more work for the operators, also no hidden cash sales.
We next went down to the foreshore, the harbour, ...
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Every year in July, the island of Brac hosts a sports and film festival called Vanka Regule. Vanka Regule's Facebook page describes it as "...a sort of Adriatic X Games, in which participants climb, free ride bike, windsurf, ...
... more beautiful than the last. Six girls from my school and myself went down the river with our tour guide. It was an overcast day and the water was freezing so they gave us wet suits. After our 3 hour trek down the river, they took us to a pasta lunch. That night, we took it easy and had pizza at the hostel.
At 8am the next morning, our bus headed to the Krka National Park which is named after the river that the park encloses. In the ...
... 22), and tells me to get in. Dink took me back to his place, and gave me a map with some notes on it (bars, clubs, restaurants) and some advice on where to go, what to do, etc.
I’m in manlove with Dink. Nicest guy in the world, and his hostel (well, I guess it’s his Dad’s but it’s called Dink’s place) is one of the most awesome places I have stayed in my life. It’s got ...