- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... issued by the race control described the weather as "moody"? All the boats headed out to the start line with their huge blue lagoon flags flying. The first race was about ten miles to the bottom end of the island of Brac. All the boats where very aggressive at the start, some using their motors to improve their position, even though the race control only allowed the use of motors for safety reasons. We finished up being caught in the wrong position and had to tack away ...
... br> Swimming at the beach - each day we watched from our windows as 100s of people wandered past on their way to the beach and so, off we went too. Once again we found people perched on rocks, concrete paths and narrow pebble covered areas soaking up the sun. It really made us miss Anglesea again and look forward to the Melbourne summer ahead!
And then it was time to fly away to Turkey (via Munich obviously!!) and begin another adventure.
... absorbed that we were a little confused when another tourist couple started waving enthusiastically towards us. It took us a good moment until we realised the boat had disappeared- it was heading for the bay! At which point charlie ran down the coast like Mitch from bay watch, dived into the water and boarded. When he returned, we reeled in the line to find the hook missing. We are going out 2night for some drinks and then we are going to pack. See you all when we get ...
... on the drive, and it had rained in Split while we were away, but by the time we got back it had cleared off again.
Peter dropped us off at the dock and Katja took us to the tourist information office, picked us up a map, and recommended a few things to see before she departed. We had to do a quicky tour as by that time we only had about 90 minutes before taking the tender back to the ship.
The old town of Split has ...
... from there. The next day, after walking around the old town for a bit with Jo and Suzie from the UK, Dragan, the hostel owner, drove a bunch of us to the beach, where we killed quite a few hours before heading back for a wonderfully-cooked asado - that's right, I met Ruben, another Argentinian. :P
If only I had an extra day! Dragan takes people cliff-jumping every other day, and I fell on the wrong day.