Split

Whilst on our 2007 cruise of the Mediterranean, one of our ports of calls was Dubrovnik where we took a day tour out to Split. We’d chosen this tour more-so for the visit to the winery and the seafood lunch at the fishing village so were pleasantly surprised by the amount of interesting history we saw and learnt along the way.

Who knew there was this wall built hundreds, if not thousands of years ago? Certainly not us!

A wall said to be thousands of years old

There was even part of this wall at the fishing village where we stopped for a wonderful seafood lunch.

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The children oddly weren’t as interested in the food as we were but they did find part of that old wall so took to exploring it their way!

Climbing a 2,000 year old wall, naturally!

Even with the children being 4 and 6, it was still an enjoyable morning and admittedly, the signs along the way amused us all!

Split decision you might say...

You could say the way back to the ship was almost a “split” decision!

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