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... zip lines we have done. Cobey overcame her fears and done all lines. Was stoked for her. Ticking things off the list. After that we headed home and got set for a massive night out in a nightlub built into a cave. It was pirate and sailor themed so everyone was dressed up. Everyone was a mess....or at least I hope they were because I was. Great night.
DAY 7 - SPLIT
Day 7 we collected our brains and sailed back to our starting point and what would ...
... some islands and caves. So at 8 AM we got on a small speed boat and began our 2 hour ride to the first spot. It was really cold out on the sea that early, so we were given wind jackets. It was really relaxing to be out on the sea, with no other boats around, and the water was as smooth as glass. Our first stop was at a small island. We got off and got into an even smaller boat to head into the Blue Cave. We had to duck to get inside, but it opened up once inside. There ...
And head to Split.... even if it's the offseason.
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Tuesday December 16, 2014
You can't swim on the beach or go on the tourist boats, but you can still take the cheap ...
... to see Split driving in as I had expected it to be much smaller. I really enjoyed walking along the pedestrian streets browsing in stores and seeing the lovely menus. Lunch was a delicious pizza sided by local beer and dinner was an assortment of bread, locally made olive oil, olive paste and salami. Another highlight was seeing a possible location for filming Game of Thrones and then seeing two of the actors casually walking through the streets. All in all a very enjoyable time. ...
... the streets to the archways, and consists of numerous tight alleyways, markets, and restaurants. There is a church (one that we visited but I'm sure there are more) with a bell tower and crypt attached. Jas and I decided to climb the bell tower, which has such large stone stairs that they are impossible to take without pulling yourself up by the railing, followed by the most rickety set of metal stairs, akin to something in a warehouse, that I have ever ...