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Note: If you want to see a larger version of any of the pictures, just click on the picture and a new window will open. I know I repeat myself a lot in the introductions to blog posts, but I never know which one will be the first one someone reads.
Today Bill and I took an afternoon trip to Skrip and visited the official museum of Brac. Settled by ...
... are..... different. Where there is sand in the U.S., there are rocks in Europe. This makes for clear and beautiful water, but treacherous, painful and often slimy ventures into the water.
I also had the opportunity to share a meal with some lovely girls in the historic city of Trogir. Fresh Calamari and fried baby octopus was...interesting, but tasty.
And how could I forget Krka National Park- as far as ...
Up early again today to get packed and move on once more.
We decided against getting the ferry to Split for two reasons. One, it takes 11 hours and two, the weather would have defeated the purposes of a relaxing cruise along the Croatian coast.
To that end, the 4 hour bus ride was the back up plan and we set off from Dubrovnik at 8am just as another shower arrived.
We spent the next 4 hours hugging the coast and enjoying the ...
... with so many people so we hung out around the cave entrance. We left around 2 back to the boat but some stayed on until the early hours.
Monday, 9 July
Early in the morning, we headed to the island of Hvar with a morning swim of course. I love the mid-morning swims! Today we were spending the night in Stari Grad (translates to Old Town) and it is the oldest town in Croatia. This town was even quainter than Omis. But we took part in ...