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... and I was strapped into the rope and was being instructed to leaned back and start my descent by walking 50 meters down the wall of the canyon. I tried not to look down, I stole a couple glances at the beautiful waterfall but most of the time I stared at the rock face directly in front of me. I reached the calm river safely and there I was able to celebrate both that I was alive and the beauty of the waterfall cascading down the rocky canyon. It was a really incredible view! Ryan ...
... location in the Mediterranean only 60 miles from Italy. The closeness to Italy also explains the huge number of pizza and pasta restaurants on the island.
We walked through the old, old town and admired the views of the harbour the whole way round. We found a nice little spot on a small cliff ('beach') by the water and read the kindles and just enjoyed the amazing surroundings while the sun slowly started to set for the day. It was gorgeous. We started to ...
... and though smooth, was still challenging to walk over.... so a thigh high walk in was all you could enjoy before you had to take the plunge into the refreshingly chilly water.
We walk down... which is always easier than the steep hike back up. Said to Jordi we should video the narrow, extremely steep road we drove up to get here... our little car engine roaring, yet that was nothing compared to the twinge in the leg muscles as we walked back up ...
... and sleeping areas.It was splendid, and we felt guilty that we were only staying one night. He took us upstairs to his apartment, where we drank coffee, chatted about the World Cup and met his daughter Adriane. Josip proudly showed us a cutting from "The Guardian" from 2006, which praised the fine accommodation at Apartments Peric. But he was even more proud of his newly born grand-daughter, as was very clear when he took charge of her. Family is family in any language.
... Soon a young man in a gray car went passed us once, turned around and came back. He spoke English and explained he would drive us up to his mama & tata's house and we could see if we like. As we chatted on the drive, he also smiled and said in his broken Engliski that he passed us by because the young woman had told them two old people (as I instructed her to say) would be waiting for him and we did not fit that description. Heeheehee.