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... comfortable either. Jumping into arctic cold water made me feel as though my diaphragm was collapsing, but the adrenaline of the jump kept me going.
Croatian countryside was gorgeous. I felt like I was in Yosemite for parts of the journey and then Hawaii for others. The water was astounding clear and the beaches were lovely.
While in Croatia, it wouldn't be a vacation without going to the beach. Beaches ...
- Very nicely laid out and well-groomed city - nice parks with flowers and fountains. Very pretty
- People dress very nicely
- Very friendly people talking to me on the tram, in the shops etc in Croatian and continuing to talk in a friendly way (in Croatian) even when I said I don't speak it
- But also some unfriendly people and strange people including a 10yo boy walking around barking ??
- Nice, clean, new hostel in the ...
... too tired to walk back to town and ordered a taxi to take us to the beaches on the other side of town. Found somewhere to buy food and had local sausage meal in a thick pita with cream cheese, onion and mashed capsicum- it was really good!!! We got some lounge chairs to lie around and read some more and paid 30 kuna each for them
Mums allergies were playing up again ...
... relating to the ancient Greek colony of Aspálathos (6th century BC) establishes the city as being several hundred years older.
Split became the most important port in Yugoslavia. In the new country, ...
... see the lower half of the dancers?
Frustrated I returned to our planned meeting spot where I met an Irish busker, Jamie McDonald. I helped him as back up with Fields of Athenry and instead of coins someone passed and dropped in a twenty kruna note. I don't know whether he wanted us to move on or we were that good. Anyway, we ended up having a drink with Jamie at his gig for the night and then we ate dinner (sort of) and went back to Republic ...