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 ...
... was full of heavy smokers and gamblers but that was ok because we got to watch the rugby without being packed in. Feeling pretty eager to leave this place after a great All Black victory against the Auzzies we went to a really nice restaurant called Apertit where we had a pretty classy lunch by the weeks standards. With much of the afternoon still unplanned we heard about the so called 'narrowest street' in Split. Having no idea where it was ...
We ate at the little backstreet restaurant I spoke of ,, of less than salubrious surroundings, but very friendly and cosy and pretty cheap! We met an Irish chap there who wanted to sing , so Arthur took him outside to give him an audition, would you believe he was too Brahms and Liszt to remember the words of Danny boy?!!
Got up early to beat the hordes out on the narrow ...
... at the Split campsite we went on our usual British number plate hunt, we parked up after an unsuccessful drive round the site to be greeted by an 'ay your English aren’t you’ while I was plugging in the electricity. We conversed and agreed to have drinks that evening to discuss our adventures so far. Gemma was her name and she had been on her travels since April with her partner Kris and their dog Alfie. That evening we had a few drinks, spoke about ...
... 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 ...