Rooms Sunce Residence
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... next boat. We then motored into a beautiful little bay at the end of the island with lots restaurants and an old castle. We tied up to the wharf and waited for all the other boats to come in. After having a combined team photo of all the crews dressed in their lagoon t-shirts we found out we had got first place overall first in our class and fastest time. We all showered and went out to tea and did lots of celebrating with all the other crews. A great start to our ...
... dying on the way up to the fort. - Big Alex's bruises on his legs from the cliff jumping. - Rose for quietly being an assiasin in every drinking game. - Sleizy getting home at 6am every morning and thinking no one noticed (but everyone did). - Russ continually trying to do backflips and finally completing one. - Greg destroying my forearms in the jet-ski (which resulted in me not being able to straighten my arms for days). - Justin being one of the loosest guys I have ever met, ...
... and husband from Tasmania on the ferry over and had some great laughs and actually met a mature couple from the Waikato in Dubrovnik although we didn't have as much in common with them (they could have won a wingers or ignorance award...)
The bus trip was almost 5 hours of winding road, mainly along the coast with high hills Kaimai size and higher on one side and lovely coast on the other. The weather ...
... involving some strange ritual of being smacked over the head with a rock before sculling his shot. Maybe it was a few too many knocks to the head that caused him to think it was a good idea to go naked swimming. Coaxing a follow shipmate (Luke from Whakatane) into the water, the boys frolicked with glee until Luke stood on a sea urchin. A foot full of spikes meant the rest of the week was spent on one-leg, like a true pirate. Photographic evidence ...
... we need to tell you a little bit. OK tick for Lozica too. Sutivan is very close to Supetar and we will pass through Nerezica on our way to Vidova Gora. Sounds like a plan. But first I need my caffeine hit. We walk down to the Supetar port. It is like a very different town to one we arrived in yesterday afternoon. Yesterday at 4 pm everything was closed and dead. It looked inhospitable. Now at 9am it is alive. The sun is sparkling on the water, the cafes ...