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... an ares that was undergoing extensive roadworks so our trip was a little slower than expected. As Gran used to say, it is better to arrive 20 mins late on this world than 10 years too early for the next.
Annette dealt with the hire car people while I unloaded the gear, assembled the bikes (front wheel were off) and loaded on the pannier bags - haven't had to do,that for some time! We had travelled 832km in the four days. Not a bad effort! ...
... I'm on a boat!! I arrived at the port to a familiar busabout sign on a fancy boat, and didn't want to get my hopes but sure enough it's mine!! I'm on a boat ! A really cool one with a massive room and a double bed and an ensuite and I don't have to share! It even has a wardrobe so for the first time in the last 60-something days I have unpacked. I'm loving life right now. The food is awesome, we are eating four course meals every lunch and it's delicious and ...
... It didn't take to long before we started passing boats. As we came in to the finish we managed to pass the boat ahead of us which gave us 4th over the line and only about 5 minutes behind the first boat. We then had the challenge of mooring the boat in the marina in 25 to 35 knot winds, with only one engine and no bow thruster and a side on breeze. Fortunately the boat manage to turn at the right time and we where able to ...
... about 6k today to avoid the hilly parts ;)
Tonight we had dinner on our own and chose to go to "Toni's" in the village of Dol. He roasted lamb on a spit, there was also sea bass, and a local balkan dish called Cevapcici (basically ground meats & spices, shaped into sausages, served with Ivar, a yummy eggplant sauce. Will try to replicate this at home.
... here as well.
Croatia has an amazing coastline, dotted with beautiful beaches ( although not like our white sandy ones) and also hundreds of little islands...Croatia is definitely somewhere that you would return to see more off.
We then visited the Diocletian Palace in the historic old town in Split....only the foundations remain of this very old palace now as it was destroyed by incoming rulers...the venetians once ruled here as well. ...