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After fuelling up in the rain we head out to the old town of Primosten. A small village built on an Island but in recent years a road has been built to join it to the main land. No wind so we motored up nosing around the small Islands on route. We ...
... now hotter thanks to the concrete, and we were one step away from jumping into the Adriatic, so off we went. The water was amazing, refreshing and not that salty, thus allowing the ability to see underwater without having your eyes burned out from your skull. The views were of the mountains, Old Town also contributed to this feeling of bliss, and the constant and consistent Croatian supermodels that walked past on the concrete come catwalk, didn't spoil the view either.
Breakfast was on the top balcony this morning, again with another georgeous view of the sea. We all relaxed and had cereal, bread, and cold cuts while gazing at the breathtaking view. Tito and Tita went to the store and I got the girls dressed and ready for the beach.
Before we headed to the beach we sat with the owners of the apartment buildings and talked with them outside. They are such a sweet family and it ...
... back to sleep until about 8. Thats when all the girls were partying in my room. Tita and Tito went out to get breakfast and shop for groceries while I got the bathing suits on the girls. We had a lovely breakfast with nutella, bread, cereal, and salami on the balcony overlooking the sea. A quick clean up and we got ready to go and out the door. We went to another beach today about 5 minutes away where there was more room to spread out. We got all ...
... entertaining people in the car with you. We drove right through lunch snacking on cookies, chocolate wafers, and pretzels (with an occasional apple thrown in there). I finally dozed off and woke up as the car came to a halt. There was police and a check in point where they took our passports. "Tita where are we?" "In a new country!" "What country? Where are we going?" "Croatia!" I was so excited! Pictures of ...