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Beach time! We had 2 full days in Pag to just relax and check out the beaches. Being spoiled for any other beaches already, I really only appreciated the colour of the water as instead of sand the water is surrounded by rocks! Not fun to walk on (regretted my decision to not buy those dorky water shoes) but we ...
... steps to a derelict house, it appeared to be a mansion in its day and was perched high on a hill and had views to 2 bays. Pete and Jo were back in the coffee shop, so we joined them.
Quite a few places we've been in have a car train for sightseeing, we jumped aboard, this is a great way for getting an overview of the place. After lunch it was time to drive onto the ferry.
Krk here we come.
Today was the day everyone had been looking forward to for a
relax on the beach. We headed down to breakfast at 9:30 and then went out to
wander the shops. We didn’t enjoy this very much as when you entered a shop,
the store owner would watch you the whole time and even follow you around the
store. We got a T-Shirt however were unable to find a hat pin anywhere. By
11:00 we were back at the hotel. I had a short ...
few boarders by now but this one was different. When we got to the leaving
Slovenia boarder, we were stopped and a guard came on and stamped all our
passports. We then drove 200m down the road to the Croatian entry and were
stopped again and another guard came on board and stamped our passports again.
This is the first time this has happened since we got off the boat in France.
Thankfully this didn’t take too long and we were back on ...
... between Croats and Serbs. Serbs claim upwards of 700,000 died at Jasenovak, while Croats explain that number away as Serbian propaganda and that "only" 60,000 were killed. A few even deny the existence of Jasenovac. In his book Balkan Ghosts, Robert Kaplan writes, "I learned that the struggle for bare survival leaves little room for renewal or for creation. While Ukrainians and others openly apologized for their actions against Jews during the ...