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... outside when it's 35 F, but the Croatians will!
The economy is not so good here and is increasingly dependent on tourism. There's a lot of unemployment, an iffy future for those with college degrees, and it's the off-season. That might explain why we see so many people at the coffee shops all day and night. Nobody will kick you out if you buy at least one cup.
Zadar is not a huge tourist destination since Dubrovnik is ...
... or take an 800 meter walk - why not walk? I knew that there were some waterfalls here and I like them okay but what we came upon was new and fascinating. There was a 2KM boardwalk that wound its way along various cascading waterfalls. I had never seen water flowing through trees and grass like that. It looked like everything was flooded. We took a good few hours to take it all in. A really inspiring place. We headed towards Zadar and other coastal town ...
Directly with owners vs small agencies vs big agenciesBooking apartments directly with owners can be hit or miss. Part of the owners take tourism very seriously, putting giant effort and money to increase customer satisfaction with a goal to increase the base of repeat business and word of mouth recommendations. But, there are also apartment owners that see the business as an easy money coming from the properties they ...
... we drove back to the hotel and parked up and went and had a shower to warm up and try and get out clothes dry. We walked back to town to grab some lunch, meanwhile the thunderstorm was still going strong. The storm here is nearly better than the one we had in Hawaii, the thunder is seriously so loud and fork lightening! Lunch was tasty - 2 x 500ml beers, a large pizza and spaghetti, cost us less than $30 Aussie - we love Croatia ...
The ferry from Makarska to the Island of Brac was picturesque but uneventful. We are extremely lucky that Phoebe, in common with most her age I believe, gets excited about all forms of transport. Ferries are particularly popular for the large number of steep steps that need climbing - she talks about them for days. Brac is about an hour and a half drive across and we headed to Bol, Croatia's top windsurfing spot, on the south coast. The forecast was ...