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After another nice dinner and walk along the River Krka, we woke up to pack up and have a "real" breakfast at the hotel. Today was a short travel day. We were surprised to get picked up by what was more like a tour bus than the farm- mobile that we had come to town in. We were making our way to Sibenik (where our transfer bus would be). Many had …
... like Pocahontas going "just around the river bend." All I needed was my faithful animal companions and I would have been set.
I managed to muster up the courage to jump off a cliff along the river. I'd say it was about 20 feet high, which becomes increasingly intimidating the longer you stand on the edge. I felt as though my stomach traveled all the way up to my throat as I jumped off the cliff. The impact ...
- Dolac market (fresh fruit and veg, plus some souvenirs etc)
- Opatovina and Tkalciceva streets (restaurants/ cafes and small shops)
- The Stone Gate - thought it would just be a gate, but discovered it is actually a mini church in a tunnel! Pretty cool!
- St Mark's Church with its coloured and patterned tiles on the ...
... entardecer e é brutal!!
Uma vila romana toda em pedra, no auge da animação das esplanadas e das
vendas de artesanato. O hotel foi bem fácil de encontrar e foi só o
tempo de largar a mochila para ir esticar as pernas.
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para descrever, sinto me nas nuvens... ainda me consegui perder, apesar
de isto ser quase uma ilha, já meia morta de sono...
Adormeci a sonhar com os cabelos ao ...
... the port. Put big reef in main, three quarters genoa. (Main sail up to cross trees only. Motor on to save some miles –Doug’s notes). Tack out into 18 knot wind, one metre short seas. Don’t make a lot of ground, and looks like we’ll be pretty late for our dinner booking but do better later, sailing. Dianne tends to get a bit bored during these long sailing days – can’t work on the computer or read, as there’s too ...