Sail Croatia - Day 2

Trip Start Feb 21, 2012
1
78
111
Trip End Jun 05, 2012


Loading Map
Map your own trip!
Map Options
Show trip route
Hide lines
shadow

Flag of Croatia  ,
Sunday, May 6, 2012

These next few titles are not going to be that creative unfortunately...so please bear with me.

We awoke to cloudy skies this morning, so instead of a swim stop, we visited a stone village on the island of Brac (which I would love to add a pin to on the map, would need a separate entry which seems silly because it's the same day, but alas). All the buildings are made of stone and there's a quarry on the island as well.  Stone seems to be the main source of livelihood here.  It's a very cute but tiny village you could probably see in half an hour unless you have the patience to ust wander.

Lunch was extremely good today though I know there are a few people who would disagree.  We had fish cooked assume-ably the Croatian way, so we got served a whole fish. I wish I had a photo of this as it was just beautiful and unexpected.  It was really tasty though a bit on the garlicky side if you don't scrape off the excess garlic.  After lunch we docked in Makarska, a nice beach town.  Most people headed to the beach while I ended up walking around, going through the markets before climbing a small hill to check out the landscape.  The water is incredibly gorgeous though on the cold side, it shimmers both in blue and green.  The remainder ot eh afternoon was spent lying in the sun, an activity that would dominate the trip and eventually we got bored of doing it. 

The party was hopping tonight as music was pumped throughout the boat before we headed out to a nearby club.  Club Deep (which is actually in a cave) was closed - big bummer on that, but it was still fun at Marineta.  Our welcome shooters were so good! Tropical, it had baileys, malibu and maybe juice in it. Hung around for awhile before slipping off back to the boat.  It was a nice night out with the music in the background so I found myself skipping and dancing a bit on the way back.  Once back on board the boat, peacefulness returned as the boat rocked gently in the water.
Slideshow Report as Spam

Use this image in your site

Copy and paste this html: