Villa Nora Hvar
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... way of disguising the town's architecture. The new houses that surround the Old Town have been built in the same style and colour as the original ones.
Faux Killers included, we've not seen any famous people on Hvar Island. The Croatians are all still very friendly and I'm beginning to think I was given a bum steer about their nastiness all those years ago.
Today we swim in the crystal clear Adriatic.
... long walk and took us around 20 minutes as it was zagging up the hill and we didn't want to go off of the paths given our recent run ins with snakes. Once at the top, as with everything so far on the trip, it cost to get into the castle. So we paid the 30 kuna and had a lovely walk around, it was more than worth it. With rolling green hills as far as could be seen behind the castle and beautiful terracotta roofs surrounding the marina with the blue ...
... First, we went in an emergency type room, where a medic took Ken’s passport and promptly informed us that it would be far cheaper if we walked across the hall to the private doctor. So, of course we did.
After a short wait, Dr. Sucenna took us to a room and got Ken’s information. She sent us back to Xray, where they immediately took some pictures of his elbow. Soon after a radiologist read the xrays ...
... summer residence of Petar Hektorović, who was a Croatian poet from 1487-1572. After touring Stari Grad, we continued to drive on the main road all the way to the other end of the Hvar Island where there is a town called Sucuraj. The road had many curves with no shoulders and cliffs on each side, it reminded me of the road to Hana on Maui island but much more dangerous. We eventually made it to the end of the road ...
... br> After dinner, Kev and I wander up through the streets of the Old Town, past Marco Polo's house, and the Massimo cocktail bar - where you can get your cocktail delivered by pulley up to the Zakerjan tower (half of a fortified turret). On the way back to the boat, we sit and listen to 'Croatia's Amy Winehouse' - who I fall in love with and buy her CD for only 100 Kuna (her name is Kristina Novosel, and ...