Waterman Svpetrvs Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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Hi all, Sorry I have missed a day off blog, We have been very busy getting the boat ready and going out for a practice sail. The boat was very sluggish as it had a dirty bottom so Kevin organised some divers to clean it, what a difference that made. The marina was buzzing with dozens of excited people loading up there boats for the first race and the first island. We had the skippers briefing and they decided to delay the start until the breeze filled in. The ...
... meal of pasta, pizza and a few more Croatian beers. The waiter even came over at one point and asked if we carried a New Zealand banknote as he collects one from each country and he didn't have any of our currency. We had to say no as none of us Kiwi's actually live in NZ at the moment and had no New Zealand currency on us. Very much filled to the brim we left the restaurant and got a random guy to take a picture of our group before we wandered back to ...
... after an hour, we found a little bay. We cruised over and anchored. The wasps arrived but we swam to shore. I said to charlie that I now understood how Robinson Crusoe felt. Charlie said the ocean can be a cruel mistress and maybe it was best if he continued to be a one woman man. We had lunch and focused on our fishing. Having hooked some salami and sent it out to sea, we were completely absorbed. Watching the fish with the snorkel and reeling the line. We ...
... you should pay for parking prior to exiting. We missed this fact and had to pull off, go pay for parking and then exit the park. We grabbed lunch at Degenija since we knew the menu and that it would be a quick meal and headed south for Split. The journey took about 3 1/2 hours. We found this trip slightly less scary than the back roads that led us to Plitvice since we were on major highways that were much easier to navigate. There were a lot of tolls... ...
... on your side always avoid tolls, they’re expensive but more importantly driving the coast of Croatia has been one of the most enjoyable things I have done, even if I did feel at times like I was involved in real life game of Mario cart. So the fan, you will be happy to know was acquired quite easily with the help of the security guard in a supermarket, what we hadn’t remembered is the plug sockets in the van were English. Our first thought was to ...