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Touring is the one of the best enjoyment a person can have because it makes the person not only happier, but also to gain experience in various ways. There are many people who always used to be busy with their schedule and they don’t take break for relaxation. They become accustomed with that and could not realize that it is not good to be like this. These people fail to understand that life is not just working, earning and becoming rich. Lot of things are there in life to enjoy and there is a huge difference between being responsible and carrying burden on shoulders. You can be responsible in your life but don’t forget to spend time to relax and also to love life. Life is not just existing on the earth but living at the fullest as far as possible.
The one of the best way to enjoy life is to plan touring that can give you time to enjoy life, and to spend time with your family or friends. We have been to Croatia the one of the best tourist destination we have ever seen in our life time. I suggest the same country for you because you can enjoy the beauty of the nature everywhere in Croatia. There are many places in Croatia to visit and we have had best time there. If you visit there once then you will want for more and you don’t get fully satisfied as there are many places to enjoy and to feel out of the world experience.
Dubrovnik to Split
After arriving at Dubrovnik our day 1 started with a short nap after having delicious breakfast. This was the first international food we had in a foreign country and we enjoyed lodging as the hotel where we stayed was the finest and famous restaurant at Dubrovnik. After our lunch we were in to the streets seeing different places and hired a cab to see some churches. After glancing few places when evening was nearing we went to beach. After seeing the beach we were awe struck because we have not seen such a beautiful place never before. What a scenic beach to see!!! It was feast to our eyes blissful to our soul. Shortly after enjoying in the sea shore we hired a sailing boat and the experience on the sea was something that I can’t express in words. Since it was our first time we were.ld help here a lot.
Split - On day 2 we arrived at Split from Dubrovnik and the best of this is that we sailed to Split. It was really fantastic that we had a beautiful yachting experience from Dubrovnik to Split. The person who drove the yacht is Croatia (Croatian) speaking person who was kind and amicable to us. There were many people on the yacht with us and we got some friends there. They initiated the conversation and broke the ice and we became free to talk to someone new to us. They gave us many tips about visiting attractive destinations which helped us to save money on different things.Worship Center Community Church
You can always sail to marina Kornati in Biograd or to Skradin or marina Mandalina i Sibenik. We always sail on Bavaria 40 Cruiser with a great yacht with bow thruster, plotter GPS in cockpit, furling mainsail. More details about yachts charter http://www.velmundi.com/ You can find there many (more than 1500) yachts sailing in Croatia, with  Navtex, VHF and full DSC system.
We know that we have toencourage entrepreneurship so that it's easier to starta business and do business.
(applause) We know that we have tostrengthen the social compact so that the safetynet that is available for people, including qualityhealth care and retirement benefits, are there even ifpeople aren't working in the same job for 30 years,or 40 years, or 50 years.
We have to modernize ourinfrastructure, which will put people back to work.
We have to commit to thescience and research and development thatsparks new industries.
In our tradingrelationships, we have to make sure that trade worksfor us, and not against us.
And that means insistingon high standards in all countries to support jobs,strong protections for workers, strong protectionsfor the environment, so that even as we freely trade,people and workers in all countries see the benefitsof trade in their own lives, not just benefits for thebottom line of large, multinational corporations.
These are the kinds ofpolicies, this is the work that I've pursued throughoutmy time as President.
Keep in mind I took officein the midst of the worst crisis since theGreat Depression.
And we pursued a recoverythat has been shared now by the vast majorityof Americans.
We put people back to workbuilding bridges and roads.
(applause) We passed tax cutsfor the middle class.Worship Center Community Church
We asked the wealthiestAmericans to pay a little more taxes --their fair share.
We intervened to save ourauto industry, but insisted that the auto industrybecome more energy efficient, produce bettercars that reduce pollution.
We put in place policies tohelp students with loans and protect consumersfrom fraud.
We passed the strongest WallStreet reforms in history so that the excesses and abusesthat triggered the global financial crisis neverhappen again -- or at least don't start on Wall Street.
And today, our businesseshave created more than 15 million new jobs.
Incomes last year in Americarose faster than any time since 1968.
Poverty fell at thefastest rate since 1968.Worship Center Community Church
Inequality isbeing narrowed.
And we've also begun toclose the pay gap between men and women.
We declared that health carein America is a privilege not for the few, buta right for everybody.
Today our uninsured rateis at the lowest levels on record.
And we've done all thiswhile doubling our production of clean energy,lowering our carbon pollution faster thanany advanced nation.
So we've proven that you cangrow the economy and reduce the carbon emissions thatcause climate change at the same time.
(applause) Now, I say all this notbecause we've solved every problem.
Our work is farfrom complete.
There are still too manypeople in America who are worried about their futures.
Still too many people whoare working at wages that don't get them abovethe poverty line.
Still too many young peoplewho don't see opportunity.
But the policies I describepoint the direction for where we need to goin building inclusive economies.
And that's how democraciescan deliver the prosperity and hope thatour people need.
And when people haveopportunity and they feel confidence the future, theyare less likely to turn on each other and they're lesslikely to appeal to some of the darker forces that existin all our societies -- those that cantear us apart.
Here in Greece, you're undergoing similar transformations.
The first step has been tobuild a foundation that allows you to return torobust economic growth.
And we don't need to recountall the causes of the economic crisishere in Greece.
If we're honest, we canacknowledge that it was a mix of both internaland external forces.
The Greek economy and thelevel of debt had become unsustainable.
And in this global economy,investment and jobs flow to countries where governmentsare efficient, not bloated, where the rules are clear.
To stay competitive, toattract investment that creates jobs, Greece hadto start a reform process.
Of course, the world,I don't think, fully appreciates theextraordinary pain these reforms have involved, orthe tremendous sacrifices that you, the Greekpeople, have made.
I've been aware of it, andI've been proud of all that my administration has doneto try to support Greece in these efforts.
(applause) And part of the purpose ofmy visit is to highlight for the world the importantsteps that have been taken here in Greece.
Today, the budgetis back in surplus.
Parliament passed reformsto make the economy more competitive.
Yes, there is stillmuch more work to do.
I want to commend PrimeMinister Tsipras for the very difficult reforms hisgovernment is pursuing to put the economy ona firmer footing.
Now, as Greece works toattract more investment, and to prevent old imbalancesfrom re-emerging, and to put your economy on a strongerfoundation, you'll continue to have the full supportof the United States.
At the same time, I willcontinue to urge creditors to take the steps needed toput Greece on a path towards sustained economic recovery.
(applause) As Greece continues toimplement reforms, the IMF has said that debt reliefwill be crucial to get Greece back to growth.
They are right.
It is important because ifreforms here are going to be sustained, people need tosee hope, and they need to see progress.
And the young people who arein attendance here today and all across the country needto know there is a future -- there is an education andjobs that are worthy of your incredible potential.
You don't have to traveloverseas, you can put roots right here in your home,in Greece, and succeed.
(applause) And I'm confident that ifyou stay the course, as hard as it has been, Greecewill see brighter days.
Because, in this magnificenthall and center -- this symbol of the Greek cultureand resilience -- we're reminded that just as yourstrength and resolve have allowed you to overcomegreat odds throughout your history, nothing can breakthe spirit of the Greek people.
You will overcome thisperiod of challenge just as you have otherchallenges in the past.
So economics is somethingthat will be central to preserving our democracies.
When our economies don'twork, our democracies become distorted and, in somecases, break down.
But this brings me toanother pressing challenge that our democracies face --how do we ensure that our diverse, multicultural,multiracial, multi-religious world and our diversenations uphold both the rights of individuals and afundamental civic adherence to a common creed thatbinds us together.
Democracy is simplest whereeverybody thinks alike, looks alike, eats the samefood, worships the same God.
Democracy becomes moredifficult when there are people coming from a varietyof backgrounds and trying to live together.
In our globalized world,with the migration of people and the rapid movement ofideas and cultures and traditions, we seeincreasingly this blend of forces mixing together inways that often enrich our societies but alsocause tensions.
In the Information Age, theunprecedented exchange of information can alwaysaccentuate differences, or seem to threatencherished ways of life.
It used to be that you mightnot know how people in another part of yourcountry, or in the cities versus the countryside,were living.
Now everybody knows howeverybody is living, and everybody can feelthreatened sometimes if people don't do thingsexactly the way they do things.
And they start askingthemselves questions about their own identity.
And it can create avolatile politics.
Faced with this new realitywhere cultures clash, it's inevitable that somewill seek a comfort in nationalism or tribeor ethnicity or sect.
In countries that are heldtogether by borders that were drawn by colonialpowers, including many countries in the Middle Eastand in Africa, it can be tempting to fall back onperceived safety of enclaves and tribal divisions.
In a world of wideninginequality, there's a growing suspicion -- or evendisdain -- for elites and institutions that seemremote from the daily lives of ordinary people.
What an irony it is, at atime when we can reach out to people in the most remotecorners of the planet, so many citizens feeldisconnected from their own governments.
So, just as we have tohave an inclusive economic strategy, we have to havean exclusive political and cultural strategy.
In all of our capitals,we have to keep making government more efficient,more effective in responding to the dailyneeds to citizens.
Governing institutions,whether in Athens, Brussels, London, Washington, haveto be responsive to the concerns of citizens.
People have to know thatthey're being heard.
Here in Europe, even withtoday's challenges, I believe that by virtueof the progress it has delivered over the decades-- the stability it has provided, the security it'sreinforced -- that European integration and the EuropeanUnion remains one of the great political and economicachievements of human history.
(applause) And today more than ever,the world needs a Europe that is strong andprosperous and democratic.
But I think all institutionsin Europe have to ask themselves: How can we makesure that people within individual countries feel asif their voices are still being heard, that theiridentities are being affirmed, that the decisionsthat are being made that will have a critical impacton their lives are not so remote that they have noability to impact them? We have to make clear thatgovernments exist to serve the interest of citizens,and not the other way around.
And so this is why, asPresident of the United States, I've pursuedinitiatives like the Open Government Partnership thatpromotes transparency and accountability so thatordinary people know more about the decisions thataffect their lives.
That's why both at home andaround the world, we have taken steps to fightcorruption that can rot a society from within.
As authoritarian governmentswork to close space that citizens depend upon toorganize and have their voices heard, we've begunthe work of empowering civil society to defend democraticvalues and promote solutions to the problems withinour communities.
And as so many people aroundthe world sometimes are tempted by cynicism and notbeing involved because they think that politicians andgovernment don't care about them, we've created networksfor young leaders and invested in youngentrepreneurs, because we believe that the hope andrenewal of our societies begins with thevoices of youth.
(applause) In closing, our globalizedworld is passing through a time of profound change.
Yes, there is uncertaintyand there is unease, and none of us canknow the future.
History does not movein a straight line. All ist that true about yacht charter in Croatia
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