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... words, we were watching the best football players in Croatia through our wire meshed fence....hey, beggars can't be choosers!!
Now I have just checked the weather forecast for Split and although they are forecasting the heavens to open tonight, it looks like that will be the last of it for a while. The sun is coming and if I can shift this damn cough, we could actually go see something and you could all be spared my rambling!!
... this would be her last one until we reached our destination and then she accused Igor of cruel and unusual punishment. I guess it makes it easier in situations like this that I don't understand the language. During the whole trip, the landscape was fascinating; we went from lush mountains and streams to a dense forest with steep mountains to a rocky flat plain area with a few mountains and finally to a Mediterranean landscape by ...
... 50 as opposed to £119 I didn't feel compelled to go the final day. We left Pag and its banging bass music on the Saturday and travelled down the Dalmatian coastline towards Split and Krke National Park. Stunning, beautiful and remote in many places too. Well worth a visit - particularly the waterfalls at Krke. Was fun to do some revelling but also nice to be back to the quiet life :)
... town if Sibenik, where we are staying to get to Krka, we parked in a pay parking area temporarily to find our hostel and get some information on parking. This is where it got Interesting for a few minutes. Let me paint the picture. It is 11 am. We grab our bags and walk a few blocks in the 30 degree humid heat to find our hostel. What we find is a metal gate with a sign to knock and if no one comes to go to a sea side bar and ask there. No one is answering ...
... from this period and claims to be the world’s smallest cathedral. You could probably get about twenty people in at a pinch. It’s no longer in use, having been replaced by the larger, but almost as old, church of St Anselm, where the kings of Croatia used to be crowned. Since its glory days in the Middle Ages, modern life has passed Nin by, making it a pleasant little place in which to while away an hour or ...