GirlRob up early, revelling in cool change and photographing birds, flowers and pretty mists on lake.
Leisurely breakfast warming up in sun - cognisant that by time we reach coast again today, we will be in sweating temperatures again. Used our remaining Bosnian currency to fuel up, before crossing border between Kazaginac and Arzano, Croatia. Border no problem, Bosnian officer asked if we'd enjoyed our stay, and GirlRob enthused: Dovidenja! Goodbye Bosnia, you have opened our eyes beyond "bad press". He grinned and said: everybody says that!! Croatian female officer frowned at our passports and made a show of looking at all the country stamps before adding her stamp "you go".
Temperature warmed up rapidly as we descended towards coast, 30˚ by time we reached the chaos of the Spit. Made for nearest caravan park but unbelievably overcrowded, would have cost €50, and no washing machine guaranteed. Ended up further up coast at Seget Camp, Trogir. GirlRob spent rest of day washing “big stuff” sheets and towels, BoyRob repaired the cruise control lever on the steering wheel which had loosened so much it didn't function well. Hot day, but between trees and annexe Wanderoos were in shade all day.
Marvelled at set of outdoor fridge boxes available for rent by campers. Defrosted steak we'd bought in Austria for dinner, a shame it was tough. Que sera sera...