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- 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 ...
... With the bar tabs well and truly settled, we brought on board some supplies and chilled out on the deck to say our goodbyes as everyone was leaving the following morning. By midnight our tired bodies retired for one last sleep in our cabin before departure the following morning.
Up by 7:30am we repacked our bags and said goodbye to lots of people heading off either home or for another travel destination. As our ferry for Italy did not leave ...
... 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 ...
... New Jersey, but the good news is they were much less expensive and congested. Amazingly, we found ourselves pulling right into the parking lot we had been directed to by Olga our new host. We arrived earlier than we thought went down to the Riva (Italian for harbor) for a drink. Per usual I had no knowledge of the town we were arriving at and I really struggled to define how I felt about our new home. It was a lot like Panama City meets, Miami, meets Rome. ...
... to see if he could fly out and modify the van, our second was to find a convertor. We searched for what seemed like hours, getting the same answer everywhere eventually being left with just one option, return to the store we brought it and no not return the fan but buy the £25 pound multi convertor the fan salesman had tried to generously sell us with it. Just to give you an idea, the plug cost twice as much as the fan and when you’re travelling on a ...