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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Tisno
... swimming (except me as it was a little cold) and I took the photos (Tony's favourite for the day). From there we then visited the green cave and swimming in the cave was Pauline's and Deb's favourite for the day. From the green cave we went to the Plenski Islands for another swim stop. I actually went swimming this time - the water wasn't too cold and we had a heap of fun diving off the boat (Jenny's favourite spot). Last stop for the day was Hvar town on ...
... open showed no sign of stopping... So we all quickly put our sunglasses on to protect our eyes, and put clothes over our mouths as the adrenaline fuelled train driver raced towards the smog with full speed. We managed to hold our breath at the right time and make it out the smog without much repercussion. It seems fires don't seem so bad once you are in them, or perhaps the smoke given off was just disproportionate to the size of the fire. Either way we seemed to ...
... I notice a wonderful castle on my right and just have to get a photo!! Handlebar in right hand and camera in left I managed to get my shot.
Finally I'm into the town of Split where I started my journey from a few days ago. I park the bike up in the bike park with about another 500 or so scooters etc and go off to find some food.
I end up in a restaurant right opposite and decide on Rump steak with some local sauce!! I have no idea what this sauce is but ...
... by the water AND invited us on her yacht for after dinner drinks. Do stop and enjoy the harbor and the food.
Many thanks to all of my new best friends who supplied us with ice on our journey. The vodka never tasted so good! I only wish I had taken my camera on the dingy trip into Stoncica where I saw in living breathing braying color the three burros (actually two adults and a baby) that were serenading ...
... of failure - be warned). I am not yet the bronzed bi-lingual Atlas figure that I envisioned that I would be after a week of continental living. This is in no small way the fault of the locals and their eye watering capacity for drink. I have disgraced myself more than once by bailing out at 7am the NEXT DAY. "Lightweight!" they cry, "Take to the city walls and cast him to Jadran!".... Anyhoo, I think the novelty is worn off and one can now get down to ...