Waterman Svpetrvs Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
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... hair raising to say the least but the views made it worthwhile. I was navigating at first but I found it too terrifying (one back wheel over the edge of the cliff - hotly denied by Pete) so Jo took over and she did an awesome job. We had lunch there beside the marina. It was at this stage that the esky raised its ugly head and we promptly walked off to the marina shop to buy one!!
The drive to Vidova ...
I have just had the best week sailing on a yacht through the south coast islands of Croatia. Croatia is the country I have been most anticipating seeing and I have not been disappointed! Vish and I flew into Dubrovnik on Friday the 18th of July from Budapest. We were a bit nervous as this was the morning following the devastating news of the Malaysia Airlines plane being shot down. We were in shock as we read the news. How does something like that happen in this day and age? ...
... thing would be okay, however when we turned up at the customers passport control two hours before boarding we were told that we need to have a boarding pass, it was then we found that Snav shipping had taken over our contact from Blue Lime Shipping. So on the bus back to the booking office to get our boarding passes. Eventually we boarded and off we ...
... on the bus home. Gem and I really enjoyed our day, but were very exhausted and couldn't wait to get back to our room to sleep! Overall the past week has had it's ups and downs, leaving Kristy being the biggest downer, but meeting lots of lovely new people in Split and seeing amazing sights has been so enjoyable. I will admit, this has taken me about 5 hours to write so I probably won't be writing any more again soon, but you never know, just don't hold your breath... :D x Sent from my ...
... back to the boat to get ready for dinner and have a few drinks. We headed back into the old town for dinner, which was a delicious steak, before we headed to another small bar that overflowed into the street. We continued on to a place called Revelin, that is a museum by day and a club at night. It was quite busy (full of Aussies as usual) and I bumped into another few friends from Uni (Sarah and Lauren) who were travelling on a different boat. We had a pretty good night and ...