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Senj to Starigrad 104 miles Oppressive simply does not do the night time heat any justice. Liza 'slept' in the car (all windows open). I, again, to all intents and purposes 'slept' in the nude in the open. The rest of the campsite did the same. As I walked to the toilets at 7am all I could see was bodies strewn in camper vans, looking for the world as if they'd been shot, though they were just shot from another night of no ...
... way was the ground and which way was the sky as we rolled, swirled, somersaulted and fell at breakneck speed. Soon Grego had controlled our fall and now we were falling freely but in a steady position with our belly downwards and our hands and legs spread out. Next 30 seconds was absolute disbelief as we hurled towards mother earth who was pulling us with all her gravitational force so much so that my cheeks were flapping with all the air getting into them when I opened my mouth ...
... we got ready and
headed down to the beach.
It was again a very warm day so when we got there we got
straight in to the water. Again the water was nice and clear and while it was
rocky at the edge, it became sandy as you got further out. The beach stayed
shallow for a reasonable distance into the water and the water was a great
temperature. We sat on the sand for a bit and Steve went back to the beach
stalls to get ...
... driving through. That afternoon it picked up to 7.4m weather and I managed to get out with Bruce, an American we'd met in Viganj. It was good to have someone to moan with about the apparent lack of windsurfers and good launching areas at such a famous windsurfing spot. The place we were sailing from was about 300m downwind of the spit by a windsurfing rental shop (there were actually three in Bol but only this one was open this early in the ...
... upon some philosophical thoughts, we finally arrived on the Island of Pag. After jumping from one busy city to another for the past two weeks, your beautifully blue waters and secluded beaches were calling out for us to spend our days lying motionless upon them. But, we had a duty to fulfill, and that came in the form of attending Sonus festival. Turns out, we didn't have to compromise our time spent on the beach at all because the festival was held ON THE ...