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... to check the conversion rate on 10 Kuna and it turned out to equate to $AUD2.10. I've since decided not to take the issue any further but I still think that 10 of anyone's currency is a lot and should be carefully considered and maybe debated before just giving it away. Looking forward to hitting the road again tomorrow bound for our final destination in Croatia I.e., ...
... park the boat amongst all the rocks at the beach we stopped at but we managed!! Then we just stopped at a random spot and hopped off to swim in the beautiful cold water! Just going to relax tonight we're all pooped! Whipped up some leftover pasta from last night for dinner and now just going to hang out, have a long day tomorrow! Possibly going to rent a scooter and sight see around the island before our bus to Slovenia at night. Day 3: 7/5/15: Our last day in Croatia:( we ...
... some angelic singing! It seems Ule and Sabina from Potsdam have beautiful voices and test them out in churches along the way. They sing a 16th century madrigal! What a treat! We cycle back via the coast. Hvar is the most popular island in Croatia, and there are many holiday houses along the coast. The last leg of the trip is via the Greek fenced fields, heritage area as apparently the Greeks introduced set boundaries around properties to define ownership of land. Many of these ...
I 'split' this blog entry into two parts. One for the city of Split, where we spent the most time, and another for the drive to and from Split, which was beautiful in its own right.
Split is the capital of Dalmatia, so easily the busiest city I’ve seen in Croatia. Parking seemed crazy nearby our hotel, but luckily they had reserved a spot for us, since I had forgot to do that…oops. The first night it was late ...
... asking for five more minutes and wake up. We strolled down to the ancient Roman palace (the Diolecian's Palace) and waited for our 5 pm walking tour to start. Five rolled around and we didn't see any tours guides. After investigating the most difficult walking tour website we decided perhaps I had read the times wrong and that we would try again the next day for a morning tour. We walked along the promenade peering into the crystal clear depths of the Adriatic Sea. ...