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Grad Hvar

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  • Day2

    Beachlife part1

    August 3, 2017 in Croatia

    A terv mára az volt, hogy átmegyünk egy szomszédos szigetre, ahol homokos (vagy legalábbis kis kavicsos) és ezáltal gyerekbarát a part. A hajóút zseniális volt, egy kis "ladik" egymás hegyen hatan tele turistákkal, mi már (szokás szerint) megint csak a fedélzeten kaptunk helyet. A sofőr olyan volt mint egy pirat, raadasul tuti szabályt szegett azzal, hogy ennyi embert felengedett- meg is állított a vizi policija feluton. :) de aztán ékes horvátsaggal kidumalta magát a pasi.
    Szigetre érve meg kicsit kutyagolni kellett, amit nehezen viselt a csipet csapat, szerintem lehetett vagy otven fok. De cserébe egy gyönyörű, kristálytiszta vizű, lassan mélyülő öbölben töltöttük a napot. Napozas, fürdés, röcsi, olvasás, kis cevapcici- hmmm, nem rossz!
    Ja, a hajamat Katrina csinálta meg, meg itthon, egyszeruen hihetetlen hajakat varázsol pillanatok alatt.
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  • Day3

    Beachlife part2

    August 4, 2017 in Croatia

    Mai nap is hasonlóan telt, kelés, közös nagy isteni reggeli Marti langosaval (amit a norvégok a tejfölon, sajton felül meg bacon kockakkal tuningoltak fel- mindenhez bacont esznek:)), aztán irány a strand- Isti vitt minket három fordulóban.

    Ezúttal másik strandra mentünk, nem kellett athajozni, ez kevésbé volt puccos mint a tegnapi, de nekünk Marcival sokkal jobban tetszett. Ejtozes, olvasás, Leaval folyamatos "baden", kavicsgyűjtés, Ella baba pancsiztatasa- ezek voltak a progik. Sőt, délután Marcival meg a paddle boardot is kipróbáltuk- nekem nagyon bejött, és tok jól tudtam rajta állni, egészen a vegeig, amikor is egy hatalmasat sikerült csobbanni, de úgy, hogy a napszemüveg lerepult a fejemrol és elnyeltek a habok...:( Marci meg hősiesen próbált egy ideig lebukni és megmenteni nekem, de sajna pillanatok alatt olyan melyre került, h nem jött össze. (Este így kénytelen voltam Hvarban venni egy másikat.:))

    Este az egész társaság felkerekedett es bementünk vacsizni a központba. Én nem gondoltam volna, h itt ekkora élet van - minden tele éttermekkel és barokkal es tengernyi fiatal hömpölyög a szuk utcacskakban, a kikotoben es a főterén. Ide érdemes eljönni nagyobb korunkbeli társasággal is mert zseniális a hely!
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  • Day6

    Hvar

    September 18 in Croatia

    Just arrived on next island, get to do some swimming and lunch before biking to dinner 😋
    Swam in ocean and pool, walked into town and now prepping for the 28km bike ride to dinner at the winery on the other side of island.

  • Day15

    Nachdem wir in Hvar waren, sind wir zu dem Ort Sceta Nedjelja gefahren, von dort sollte es losgehen. Das Handynavi wollte uns mal wieder irgendwelche Abkürzungen langschicken die echt manchmal einfach keine sind... Als es auf Schotter weitergehen sollte haben wir mit einem Blick in den AutoAtlas festgestellt dass es auch anders geht... Etwas Umweg aber besser als Schotterserpentinen...
    Dann ging es los. Steil bergauf erst im Ort, dann über Schotter bis zu der Höhle, in!!! der ein kleines Kloster steht bzw. deren Ruine. Wir haben schon von weitem (50m davor 😜) das melodische Summen und Ommen einer Mädelstruppe gehört, die wir dann in der Höhle getroffen haben...
    Danach ging es weiter steil bergauf. Quasi oben angekommen ging es weiter bergauf aber endlich nicht mehr so steil! 😅 Dann haben wir ein Restaurant gesehen und wie auch unterwegs schon vermutet gab es hier auch einen Parkplatz... Aber wir wollten ja wandern! Im Restaurant haben wir uns eine kühle Cola genehmigt. Dann ging es weiter bergauf zu der Kapelle Sv. Nicola. Sehr schöner 360 Grad Ausblick über alle dalmatischen Inseln und zum Festland! Nun ging es endlich bergab und zum Glück nicht so steil wie hoch!
    Wieder am Auto angekommen haben wir festgestellt dass wir los zur Fähre ans Festland müssen. Auf dem Weg wurden trotzdem noch zwei Wein- und Olivenöl-Einkäufe getätigt. An der Fähre angekommen sah alles eigentlich ganz gut aus. Wir waren dann aber das zweite Auto das nicht mehr draufgepasst hat... Macht aber nix wir sind dann direkt 30 min später mit der außer planmäßig nächsten mitgenommen worden. Und dann gab es gerade neben gekochtem noch eine Flasche Vino 🤤
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  • Day5

    Hvar

    September 11 in Croatia

    Depois dos copos de ontem, só ao meio dia é que conseguimos estar no centro da vila para alugar um barco.
    É o primeiro sitio que visito e dão te um barco para as mãos sem teres qualquer tipo de experiência com barcos. Depois de 5 minutos de explicação, estás pronto para andar de uma ilha para a outra, atracar, ancorar, etc...
    A verdade é que estive eu e o Valentim a guiar barco de um lado para o outro sem qualquer problema. Foi a melhor coisa que fizemos, tínhamos 6 horas pela frente para explorar algumas ilhas junto a Hvar, são várias ilhas pequenas, com muitos sítio para ancorar e dar um mergulho, ou fazer snorkeling.
    Logo na primeira vez que lançámos a âncora, achámos que a corda não estava presa ao barco e lá vai o Ricky, o nosso salvador, mergulhar com os óculos era perceber que a corda estava presa por baixo do barco. Noutra praia, os meus óculos de sol caíram a água, mas só demos conta quando o nosso salvador, tirou a t-shirt a alta velocidade e mergulhou, como um nadador salvador numa missão de resgate. Não encontramos os óculos, mas mesmo que os tivéssemos encontrado, era demasiado fundo para os ir buscar.

    Na volta, conseguíamos ver um incêndio por cima de Hvar já com uma largura significativa, felizmente chegaram 3 canadairs, em 15 minutos apagaram o fogo. Uns atrás dos outros, em círculos iam buscar água ao mar e largavam a água por cima do fogo, 15 min depois foram-se embora, estava tudo resolvido.
    Portugal devia aprender com estes senhores a apagar fogos.

    Antes de jantar num restaurante de comida mais tradicional, ainda deu tempo para ver um belo pôr do sol no Hula hula.
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  • Day84

    Dalmatian Coast Sailing

    July 29, 2017 in Croatia

    We've spent the past seven days sailing the Dalmatian Coast with the most incredible group of girls!! When we arrived at the Dubrovnik Marina, Hollie and I were hoping we had a mixed boat of boys and girls and when we heard it was a boat of 9 girls we were a little disappointed. But we were so so wrong and had such a good time with our boat full of estrogen! It was a great mix of three Kiwis, three Aussies and two Brits plus our English skipper. Hollie and I have become really close with the two Brits, Alice and Louise, and it's made such a difference to the trip! We visited Mjlet, Sipan, Korcula, Vela Luka and Hvar throughout the week, with each island having something different to offer! Sipan was tiny with only one restaurant on the island while Mjlet is a National Park full of beautiful swimming spots. Our boat went for a hike into the National Park and found a jumping spot off one of the bridges with a crazy strong current underneath! Korcula was a bigger town where we visited Massimo Cocktail Sunset Bar and it was one of the best sunsets we've seen since being in Europe. Vela Luka was a lovely old town where Ho, Lou, Al and I jumped off the boat and went for a run up to the caves and along the marina. It was great to do a bit of exercise on land because most of the week is just swimming and eating!! The next morning was my 26th birthday and it has to be one of the most memorable birthdays I've had. I woke up to balloons throughout my cabin, the girls singing birthday songs, loads of nutella treats and a champagne breakfast!
    To be so far from home, it was so special to be with a group of awesome people, even if we'd only met them a few days earlier. We arrived in Hvar that day only to be told there wasn't room for us to moor and as it was my birthday, our whole boat jumped ship and booked an Airbnb on Hvar while the rest of the MedSailors boats left. It was such a spontaneous decision but so much fun with the girls! We woke up the next morning and the four of us laid in bed singing songs and watching YouTube videos. We then rejoined our boat and had our last night out with the group for the week. Hvar is the party island of Croatia and every one has a crazy time here! Randomly I bumped into Jan Rowsell and Adam Nesbitt on two completely different occasions and it just reminds you how small the world is when you're all on the other side together! The whole week has been spent in a bikini, soaking up the Croatian sun, diving off the yacht into crystal clear waters, enjoying cocktails and making the best of friends. We've had a few things go wrong or unexpected costs due to the company we travelled with but the people we've met has been totally worth it and we've turned the shitty situations into some of the best memories! Croatia has to be my favorite country I've visited and I'd love to come back for sure!!
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  • Day27

    We are sailing!

    September 9 in Croatia

    The Futura left Split at 7am heading for Korcula. We had a lovely breakfast and enjoyed deck life cruising through blue wayers past rocky islands. Had a swim from the boat before lunch off an island and after a nice lunch arrived at Korcula. We went on a walk of the old walled town and then wandered on our own. We stopped for a drink at a pricey but perfectly positioned bar watching the world go by. Two wines later we ended up at a waterfront restaurant for a seafood dinner. Lovely weather!Read more

  • Day3

    Day 3 - Row, row your boat

    July 28, 2016 in Croatia

    Today we booked a boat to the island of Hvar not realising it was a 3 hour boat ride away. To say the least both Hazel and I were happy to put our feet on terra-firma in Hvar city.

    Hvar is a lovely little island which is the haunt of the rich and famous as born out by the 100 million pound super yachts and the posh totty in the habour.

    It's well known for its all night parties but unfortunately I am writing this on the top deck of the boat on our way home, although it is 9:20 pm we are unlikely to dock in Split until gone midnight. Hazel has found herself a bean bag and so is riding out the waves while zzz'ing. I am amongst a group of muscle bound americans and a lone ozzie who are resting before the partying starts again in Split, the night is young apprently!Read more

  • Day27

    Day 27: Hvar, Croatia

    July 17, 2017 in Croatia

    We got to Hvar and it's just simply gorgeous. Our Airbnb has such a nice view and the beach is just in our backyard.

    We took a walk and bought a few things at the grocery store and ended up by this really nice beach bar by the water.

    When we arrived, we asked the taxi driver what is there to do in Hvar. He said eat, swim and drink... so that's exactly what we did. :)

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