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... pizza and I discovered I actually do like olives. After a detailed discussion of the waiter's ordering tablet tool with Dad we went off to explore the town (Mom went back later and the 21 year old waiter told me I could come back with him to his house in the mountains if I wanted...nej tak).
Most of the shops were closed for siesta (apparently that's a thing in Croatia), so we hiked up the giant hill to the Španjola Fortress at the top of the city. It ...
... and checked into a hostel just on the outskirts of town. The hostel offered cheap vegetarian meals and free yoga in the mornings. After consuming so much meat, cheese and bread in the past weeks it was a welcomed change. I am also not one to turn down free yoga even if it is a six thirty in the morning.
Six fifteen came all too soon and I made my way down to the studio. It was an amazing space. I have never seen such ...
... has used paint to write “airport” so we head back to the Old Town for more exploration. Rest on some steps watching the world go by. Split is definitely more interesting than we remember from our last visit in 1987 in the rain.
Go to have a look at the Cathedral, but it has just shut. They are setting up in front of it for an Opera concert. Find a supermarket in the area outside of the Palace. Back to room for a short rest, and then out ...
... I'm a long way from Western Avenue. We continued the party at the famous Veranda club. It was a pretty amazing setting. First of all, it's a several hundred year old castle. That in itself is unique, but the lights, fountain, pool and set up really was impressive. Prices were expectedly higher than elsewhere, but not Euro-club obscene. Unfortunately though, pretty much every bartender and waitress tried to rip us off, which left a bad taste in ...
... Familys from here have immigrated mainly to the north island and many of the men have worked on merchants ships visiting New Zealand. Our registered port of Lyttelton was well known as Denis introduced us around town.
Barbara and Denis moved here two years ago, bravely bought a house and worked through a lengthy restoration and renovation experience. Barbara's grandmother was born here and as ...