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 ...
... cooking anyways, so I ended up just buying a slice of pizza at a shop nearby instead. It was 18 kuna! In Zagreb and Split, it was only 10 kuna. That was my first taste of the expense of Dubrovnik.
I got back to the hostel and got ready for bed. There was a Christian rock concert going on for a little while, and then a group was singing Hallelujah by Rufus Wainwright, except in Croatian. That was sort of interesting. So I was nicely serenaded to sleep.
... on and pushed through the heat toward this magnificent beach. When we arrived we were in for a bit of a shock, rather than the white sand leading into the majestic cool blue waters of the Adriatic that we were expecting, we were greeted with endless concrete platforms, bars, millions of beach chairs, umbrellas and booming Euro trash house music. This "beach" still lead into the majestic cool blue waters of the Adriatic, but it was just not what we were expecting. Anyway, it was ...
... palace, known as the Golden Gate. Outside the gate is a large statue of St. Gregory of Nim, a 10th century priest. I thought he looked a bit like Gandalf, with his hand raised in the air. The statue was created by Ivan Meštrović, a famous Croatian sculptor who died in 1962. There is a large gallery of his works in Split.
We then entered the palace through the golden Gate. Calling it a palace seems a bit of ...
An early start for a walk around the Plitvice National Patk. This took about 3 hours to walk among the lakes and waterfalls in the National Park. This was not an easy walk as it was on a very uneven walkway make of branches of trees and a lot of steps. It was made very enjoyable by a lovely guide called Blanca. The scenery was beech forests and hundreds of waterfalls. The ...