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... amazing day we all had. We did an island hopping boat trip. The boat was a 10 seater speed boat (the new SSMinnow). The guy driving the boat was excellent - however there was a time where he let Skipper and Thurston steer the boat - the rest of the castaways were a little worried - as you know what happened the last time skipper was at the helm!! We headed out to The Blue Caves (Leanne 's favourite spot for the day). They were amazing and I'm not sure ...
... deserted villages where first the Serbs drove out the Croats and shot up and wrecked their houses and then the Croats did the same to the Serbs. When we'd arrived at our hotel at Novalja and checked in I got back on the bike and explored the local town. Now I'm back at the hotel, showered and unpacked and having a beer on the ...
With a break in the rain we decided we needed to move on as need to make Rovinj by next weekend. Very overcast but a good sail up to Molat and once we were through the gap and on the west side of Molat the seas were much calmer. Realising that Locina was no anchoring we headed round for a peaceful night in Podgarbe, a small bay with great shelter and clear ...
... above the road. Its very picturesque but unfortunately very hard to take a picture of. The water is very enticing but time is limited today so swimming will have to wait. We stopped just before reaching Rogoznice for lunch at a grill bistro, where they had roast lamb on the spit. Between us we ordered 750 grams the salad and fries. It was very tasty. As we left they had another lamb on the spit cooking ready for dinner. The afternoon was much the same, ...
... It is much smaller than we expected. It dates from the 8th century BC and was a Roman settlement in the 1st century, so there are Roman ruins to be seen around the city. Some of these are under street level but can be viewed through glass panels set in the pavement. The most famous building is the medieval rotunda of St Donatus. The foundations of the church have been bared to show fragments of Roman pillars, ...