Casa Valamar Sanfior
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... day trip to Pula. We wove through windy roads amidst olive fields and grapevines. Istria is the name of this region and its known for both its wine and olive oil.
The day was sunny and warm in early December and we got some great photos of the amphitheater. There's a $8 charge to get in, but you actually get better views from walking around outside. The views are unobstructed, so we ...
... down the quay.
Tomorrow, we have a travel day. We set out at 4:40 am and will transfer buses at Rijeka. From there we will go to Zadar, another lovely city down the Dalmatian coast. We plan on spending a couple of weeks exploring this coast. It's time to slow it down a bit and enjoy the guilty pleasure of global warming's effects. The weather should be in the 10 -15 C range (50 - 60 F).
... the main centre of Rijeka which is simply traffic hell.
I plod along at walking speed and stop at just about every traffic light etc etc. I could force my way through the traffic but just like most towns in this neck of the woods its simply too dangerous. Rather sit the extra 20 minutes than get knocked off my bike in this neck of the world.
In all this stop/start traffic my poor bike is overheating and the fan is coming on every few minutes, its just ...
We checked out of Edi's sea rooms on the morning of the 16th and headed to the bus terminal. It was a bit of a scramble as we'd slept through our alarm but we made it! As we sat down on the bus we both agreed that we probably shouldn't have stayed up so late drinking with Kyle and Caroline. Oh well! We're on holidays! We spent the next 5.5 hours on the bus, reading, sleeping, eating and looking at the amazing views. We were driving up the coast to Split so on our ...
... shorts and other "holiday attire". Some were tourists from other parts of Europe, and I chatted with a lady and her husband from Pisa, Italy. The husband didn’t say much so I’m assuming his English skills were a bit limited. The lady spoke excellent English and when I asked her about that she indicated that she’s a tour guide.
Some of the group was already back at the meeting point and at 17:30 we departed ...