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Cities of Dalmatia- Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar & everything in between


My Croatian travels began in the city of Dubrovnik. I had picked an oceanside apartment to stay just south of the old town in a place called Plat. 620 more words


What is better than someone cooking for you?

Branzini – sea bass for dinner. Yesterday morning, John bought homemade cheese from a lady who came by the boat and shortly after, three sea bass or branzini from a fisherman as he came in from the sea. 92 more words



We woke up late and the winds are finally dying down. The skies are still grey, but it is quite warm and humid. Did a little shopping, went for more long walks, sat on a bench and watched boats come in and read, or at least tried to. 28 more words


The answer is blowin' in the wind

We are here in this perfect little town, and John and I are both feeling lethargic and grumpy. My head has started to hurt, and John’s back hurts. 138 more words



April 16th
As predicted, the Sirocco starts blowing through the night and gets stronger during the day. We hit up to 35 mph winds, but mostly they stay around 20-25 mph in the harbor. 178 more words


Arriving in Primosten

We arrived in Primosten after sailing part of the way once the wind finally picked up to between 10 and 12 knots. It was a sunny, cloud free day. 156 more words