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... beers together while having a chat and listening to music. It's crazy how similar mine and Eilleen's music tastes are! After a while we started heading back to the boat, as they were doing an optional BBQ that most people were doing. We decided not to have the BBQ as it cost 100 kuna each (~$20) and we couldn't justify that, especially for me, being vego!! So we said goodbye to everyone halfway back and went into the only restaurant in town. ...
... at one point got on a ferry to cross over from the mainland to the island. We arrived around 12:30. We had tentatively organized a place ahead of time via email, but when they didn't show, we went with another guy to an apartment just outside the old town. It was a nice place, big, kitchen, lots of light, and extremely cheap compared to Dubrovnik. However, as we would later learn, the bed was not exactly build for comfort and the shower was pretty horrible, too. Oh, ...
... to describing it in words. One of the aspects that makes this venue unique is that walking/hiking is only one of the activities to consider. The balmy weather makes swimming attractive anywhere in this part of the Adriatic, and floating in the higher salinity of these inland seas, and at higher temperatures than the Adriatic, with the added appeal of liquid translucent turquoise makes it almost irresistible. Biking is also a great way to see the lakes, with ...
... pu arranger qu'elle ait un studio de travail et elle s'est remise à la peinture. Etant donné que Doug va maintenant aller contrôler ses affaires en Australie, Ursula va continuer sa peinture, et qui sait, il semblerait qu'un de nos amis aimerait d'essayer d'en vendre. Cela ne serait pas mal n'est pas?
Par les photos vous verrez des parties de la croisière en peinture!! Il y a encore des images à venir. Mieux que rien pour passer du bon temps.
... see enormous motor yachts off the island, including one with its own full-size Jet Ranger helicopter. Cross to Mljet Island, and take the third of the entrances to the fjord-like harbour. Good photos on the way in to Polače, which has Roman ruins from the 6th century. Pull up at the wharf outside Sponga, our selected restaurant, where patrons of the restaurant can moor for the night, free, including electricity. Soon after, someone arrives with a ...
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