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... I ate fish or not! Legends! So I got some good food too, then we chilled out with the guys, chatting and having a few beers until we arrived at our next little island destination, Trstenik. There was an optional wine tour you could do from this tiny town, which we decided not to do, so when we arrived we had a walk around with the few people left who didn't do the wine tour. It was a beautiful little town, surrounded by mountains and as it ...
... to the Marija island – where there was this old Benedictine Monastary within the greater lake. It was quite small and we were albe to explore it and the entire island within 30 minutes and headed back to Mali Most. I went for a quick swim in the warm waters around the bridge, then we wandered around the lake a bit more before heading back to the town. There wasn’t much aside from a few places along ...
... in the ocean once and now it's James' turn for one get of Jail free. Croatia actually won Olympic gold in water polo, so I think James should tell people he lost the ring playing those guys :) I joined some others on a trip into the national park and its two saltwater lakes. Apparently the birds there is what this island was famous for. Can't say I saw any myself but we sure enjoyed the views and the walk. I ...
... gave us all another early bonding opportunity. After dinner we headed back to the boat for a few. Me Tafty, Delfa, Blake and Cam went for a midnight swim in the harbour, probably not the best idea, but it was a really hot night. Although we realised we couldn’t actually get out, the pier was too high and there wasn’t really anything to grab on to. Me and Blake figured out a way to give each other a leg up, but Cam came and cracked it because he thought he could ...
... a tourist information or getting on a ferry it is shockingly apparent. We have especially found this over the last week as we come in to what they call "full season'. This is the two weeks of the year when everything is full, people are everywhere and it is a scrum to do anything or be anywhere. Local people are working every hour they possibly can to get them through the winter when there are no tourists and they "close their eyes to the people and just keep going". It's ...