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... in one of the village called Podgora nestled between the Adriatic and the foothill of the Biokovo mountains and National Park. This is another modern tourist destination with cosy bays by the sea. From there, you could take daily trip to the islands (Hvar, Brac, Korcula) and travel inland to visit Krka waterfalls, Mostar and Sarajevo. There are many restaurants along the seafront walkway and decided to stay ...
... just off shore, then came to pick us up in a little dingy and delivering us for lunch. Planning on just a light lunch, in true Dalmatian style it was again just delicious; garlic and white wine mussels, with some smoked cheese, tuna, ham and also olives of the area. Amazing! Washed down with a local white wine and some cold beers, some ice cream to top off the meal, and we were ready to set sail again.
Andy swam back to the boat, while I took ...
... made a fishing net that did not work well. We had so much fun. After a long time we went back to the boat and got dry and ready for lunch. The two sailors both made some prawn risotto with a cucumber and tomato salad. I enjoyed the lunch a lot and had 2 serves of it. I then went to the front of the boat to look at the fishes swimming around. The water was very clear and you could see the bottom very easily. Then we got some bread and chucked it ...
... t give me much time to sightsee in Split.
While I was charging my phone in the common room (for taking pictures during the day) this other girl came in and was having strawberries and bananas and milk with a little bit of cherrios for breakfast. I thought this was a fantastic idea. The hostel is really cool because they have milk and two types of cereal available in the common room all the time (not just for breakfast). I need ...
... stalls. We walked through it and came up near the cathedral. Connected to the cathedral was the bell tower. We decided to walk up the bell tower as we assumed the views would be quite nice. We were right. After walking up many narrow stairs we reached the top. You could see most of the Old Town and the waterfront. After visiting the bell tower we headed back past the markets and down into the basement of the palace. Apparently the rooms in the basement ...