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... of Hvar. What a beautiful town this was, we didn't have enough time there, we would have loved some more as there was so much that we could have explored (Wayne's favourite spot).
It was then time for the ride home, now that was some fun. The wind had come up and created a two metre swell and it was like being in a washing machine at times. Ginger, Mary-Ann, Little Buddy and Lovey were all praying that the boat captain would not let Skipper or Thurston ...
With a break in the rain we decided we needed to move on as need to make Rovinj by next weekend. Very overcast but a good sail up to Molat and once we were through the gap and on the west side of Molat the seas were much calmer. Realising that Locina was no anchoring we headed round for a peaceful night in Podgarbe, a small bay with great shelter and clear ...
Slept in today after quite a stressful night. Had the best ice cream in my life for breakfast, I think it was cherry and chocolate. Ice cream, macchiato and a bottle of water cost 27kuna which is just over $4.
Apart from the hostel last night I find the hospitality/locals here aren't very nice but I see them going out of their way for families so I guess it's because they won't get that much money off me all on my ...
... our evening.
We then joined Aegean Odyssey Captain Panagiotis Giakoumatos and some of his senior officers for the Captain’s Welcome Cocktail Party. Fun!
This was followed by dinner at the Marco Polo Restaurant, the premier dining room on our ship. Yet another delicious meal—you can’t go wrong choosing fresh fish when you’re on the ocean.
All this made for a great day.
So far, Croatia ...
... but she assured us it deserves a visit so on the road we went. We needed to catch a ferry in Zadar to get to the island and that was one heck of a beautiful boat ride (see pictures). An hour later, we were onto Dugi Otok Island, driving through the sinuous roads direction Sakarun beach for a day full of sun, sea and most importantly chilling, which we did! Rinat was quite scared of the sun because ...