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... 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 ...
... I had two salmon fillets and chips that I couldn’t finish.
We also got to sit upstairs on their balcony so we had a nice view of the water
and sunset over dinner. Afterwards we strolled along the stalls by the sea back
to the hotel then had a quiet night packing our bags again and relaxing at the
Fact of the day: Croatia became a country of its own after
declaring independence from Yugoslavia in 1991.
... 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.
My first Croatian excursion would be the toughest--visiting the WWII death camp of Jasenovac. You've heard of Auschwitz, but chances are you've never heard of Jasenovac. You should, but like most things in the Balkans, it lies in the shadows of history, shrouded by ethnic controversy. I woke up extra early in order to take the 7:00 am train. It would be my first time to take the train, and I wanted to give myself plenty of time to figure out the where, when, ...
... Alas, we needed to move on making only one or two "detours" (ok- we missed a turn or two) finally finding the car ferry out of a tiny town to shuttle us to the peninsula of Pag to our hotel in the town of Pag. We arrived at 7:00 pm only to eat and retire. Tomorrow we hope to discover the handmade ...