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... for the ride. Not only is
she fluent in four languages, she has been coming to Croatia since she was
sixteen and knows the country really well. We have met a lot of really awesome
people so far, but Stephanie has to be one of most interesting and I am so glad
I was able to spend the last few days with her!
We rented a two-bedroom loft in Trogir, Croatia that had a
stunning view of the sea and ...
... us (and our destination for the next several days). The limestone on the islands is laid down in layers which have been uplifted to near vertical, creating parallel arcs on rounded, humped islands. There are very few trees and not many bushes either. These islands are largely uninhabited but are now owned by the citizens of mainland towns and surrounding villages. They were originally settled by Illyrians, then Romans and Christians. There is a nearby salt lake which is not to ...
... and the start of a 26 kilometer trek that goes in between the two previous mentioned volcanos. We checked into our hotel (Hotel Edda), walked over to the waterfall, took a couple of photos and returned to our accommodations to dry out and eat dinner. July 11: Our final full day before getting on a plane for home. We got up early, for us, had breakfast and drove to the ferry dock for a 35-minute ride to the Westmenn Islands. There are many small islands, but only one is ...
... centres of these little towns are hundreds of years old. These little streets are alleys paved with cobble stones and the windows of the white or yellow houses are covered with green shutters. The red tiled roofs and the blue sea make them look like postcard pictures. Tourism is a big source of income but luckily the season hasn’t started yet. The only negative is, that the water is still a bit cold to swim in. The kids ...
... meal. The ferry ride across the bay to our resturant was spectacular and gave us a splendid view of the town and all the little private beaches. The sun set as we crossed the bay and gave us some wonderfully colourful photo opportunities. Our dinner was at a magic little resturant which had been hand built by the owner from local stone and bric-a-brac. Following on with this hand made theme all the food served in the resturant is hand made on ...