Sailing cruise

Now we headed to Island of Komiza and the well-known town. It is drenched in Venitian allure and with its lively cocktail bars it’s a party port that is a highlight for passengers and celebrities alike – while we were there though none were seen. I had met in Portoroz as we could not dock we stopped at a small beach and who’d be there but a friend. Komiza was a beautiful town and we had an awesome night, before ending the night dancing back at Carpe Diem we had a picnic dinner and after that headed and after that to another tavern.
Today it is away to Pula, which will be allegedly the birth place of Marco Polo. We went when we got there, we went for a walk I hobbled. Pula is a really modest but lovely place, where also you can charter a yacht. In the day we did some shopping and exploring on our own and then met for dinner before heading to a cocktail bar called the Turret, which is a medievil turret in the old walls that surrounded Pula. You sit at the highest part of the turret purchase your drinks and they may be pulled up to the highest part of the turret from the pub at the bottom all the way on a little elevation like system. It was freezing so I headed down to the next level inside and had a vodka red bull.