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First we visited Split for a couple days. It's a pretty touristy city on the water so the main attraction is the beach. We found a nice, secluded beach to spend the day at. The weather has been extremely hot so the cool waters of the Adriatic Sea were great. After Split we spent one night in Zagreb. We weren't there for long but we were able to walk around the old city a bit and visit the Museum of Broken Relationships which was very ...
... while we all wondered whether we’d ever get them back. Somehow we did, and after a jovial final stretch into Budapest (the Irish lads convinced us to buy some beers as well at one of the stops), we found ourselves in this remarkable and somewhat unbelievable city. Tales from the deep here are forthcoming, but for now I’m off to enjoy my Saturday. Bog y’all. (That’s Croatian for “ciao” I think (which is Italian for “see ya” I ...
... the sunset – Frank’s pictures are beautiful. As soon as the sun was down, we went in search of a light dinner (told you it got worse). Well, the only affordable thing was the “self-service” restaurant. UGH! Oily pasta, a good salad, and a nice glass of wine – then off to bed, shivering.
A very early alarm (5:15) for breakfast at 5:30 (the Blue Line gave us a free English breakfast for some internet problems as we ...
... than a hint of People Sat on Thrones.
... It was a fun night and was nice for a change to have a taxi driver where we felt safe. Other rides we have had into town with some drivers felt like I was back in Vietnam. You fear for your life with insane over takings on a small road around a truck very close to a blind corner. Mum, Dad, Nick and Lizzy you could relate to this! Our last night was spent in the sea side town Split. Split is very touristy and I think there are more Australians than locals here. But there is ...