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... rocks and freezing water to go swimming! So relaxing. The other thing Pag Island is famous for is PARTYING. We happened to arrive one week after the on season had finished. Somehow, though, we still managed to have a pretty massive night. Cocktails go for about 200 kuna here which translates to about $7 ...
... were planters everywhere of marigolds which gave it a burst of colour. There were a lot of market stalls in the town square nod boutique shops aplenty. Pete spied a mustard silk dress that he wanted me to try on. It's an Italian creation and not a colour that I usually ware but it suited me very well, so bought it.
We spent the afternoon relaxing by the pool lying on the rattan lounges and drinking ...
... we got ready and
headed down to the beach.
It was again a very warm day so when we got there we got
straight in to the water. Again the water was nice and clear and while it was
rocky at the edge, it became sandy as you got further out. The beach stayed
shallow for a reasonable distance into the water and the water was a great
temperature. We sat on the sand for a bit and Steve went back to the beach
stalls to get ...
... in for a few drinks. We all had a bit of a dance
and they gave out flashing foam light sticks that everyone had some fun with.
At 11:30 we caught the bus to the other side of the Island to the 24 hour beach
party/club. We had some fun dancing there for a while then headed back again at
around 1:30 to head to bed. Everyone had a good fun night out.
Fact of the day: The Postjana Caves had electricity before
the Slovenia capital city Ljubljana.
... were rounded up and and massacred. Women were raped. Churches were burned. Catholic priests performed mass conversions moments before Orthodox Serbs were slaughtered, so that "they could go to heaven." Concentration camps were built all around Croatia. Jasenovak became the most notorious. I knew I would not be able to see the actual death camp. It was obliterated by the Ustashe once they realized the war had been lost in 1944. A small museum and a ...