When we got off the ferry, we bought our tickets to Dubrovnik for the next day then went to the bus stop "right by the ferry" to be picked up by our hostel guy, Dino. And by "right by the ferry" he meant pretty far away across some very bumpy/difficult to navigate with a suitcase cobblestone streets, that were extremely crowded with people getting on and off the ferries. We checked in to our hostel, which was very cute. and very large with no other people. We had a 3 room apartment complete with kitchen, 3 beds and a bathroom all to ourselves. For 20 dollars each...kind of amazing. We then walked down the road below into town. It was soooo beautiful!
This yacht kind of took away from the beauty of the harbor, since it was gigantic and you could see it from basically every point on the island. It was called the Sea Force. They lit it up that night and had a party. Slightly ridiculous.
The island was amazing. It had a castle (turned night club) with old walls that cover the hill (kind of in the way Diocletian's palace covered most of downtown Split). There were sooo many beautiful churches and beautiful buildings, stairs, cute alleyways and views.
Afterwards, we attempted to walk up to this church, but soon discovered you can't get near it due to the castle walls blocking our way. But it was old and beautiful from what we could tell and the view from up there was amazing.