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This morning we were on our way to the island of Solta by 7am with breakfast again at 8am while we were moving. I'm trying not to think that today is our last day of riding before we have to pack up and leave. We ride for 19kms today. Again our ride started off by going up a biggish hill with great views over the harbour, through olive groves, locust bean and fig trees - it's a very pretty area. We went to see the Bee ...
... incredible thunder and lightning storm in the night....so violent that it moved around all the wooden outdoor furniture! The power was out for a while but not long enough to cause a problem. We caught the 1 pm fast Cat from Hvar to Split..one hour. I had heard mixed reports about Split so was blown away with its beauty....especially on arrival along the boulevard with the sun shining on the glistening water! The old town which is ...
... front just in time to embark behind the last car. Then the ferry gate closed behind me.No waste of time here!
It was a gorgeous morning and I was looking forward to ride along the coastline to where I stayed before in Podstrana.
From the arrival port of Drvenik, I continued to ride in light traffic (nothing like the French Riviera) along the road which follows the coastline, going from villages to villages.
... on board while we travelled to our next destination. Most of us quickly came to the conclusion that 5 mins before breakfast finished gave us optimum sleep time. Even though I did wake with the 8am breakfast bell and every time the boat started moving (any time between 5.30 and 8am). So that coupled with multiple late nights means I'm still recovering! After breakfast would be time to clart myself in suncream and then sit out on deck ...
Croatia is definitely a coastal country. Nearly all it's main attractions are seen right on the coast, beautiful coastline that it is. The season seems to start late. Everywhere we went workers were getting the towns, restaurants and hotels ready for opening. Trees and hedges were being pruned, sun umbrellas and patios ...