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... everyone does it - even locals. They just plunk their change in their hands and let the cashier do the work.
I don’t care if it’s oddly child-like to hold your hand out and have them count it for you. I like it. I have to say, I am grateful for all Croatian cashiers and their counting abilities. And collectively, we’ve embraced the change of change.
Fun Fact #7
In a lot of places we’ve traveled and lived we sort ...
... time with a huge Croatian man who had run up as part of his training for the New York marathon. He was very intense but quite harmless. It was a beautiful area and nice to be out of shopping areas and to see the nature side of Split. On the way down we ran into Micko and Anne-Leena from our tour and it was nice to catch up with them. It was a really warm day but as we were heading towards Denmark which will be a bit ...
... every available space. The sand isn't really sand, it is small white pebbles and the water is as clear as the water in Jervis Bay back home. The beaches aren't very wide but are very pretty. The walk into the centre was a bit dangerous at times as the roads aren't that wide and there weren't really any footpaths to speak of but we thought the drivers were very considerate and understanding. It's also odd to have drivers coming at you ...
Plitvice was better in the rain than I thought it would be which was good. Although we did have to get driven to the entrance where there were TONS of people around - so much for 'you will camp in the park and be one of the first people in, in the morning'....The waterfalls were stunning although I was panicking about running out of photos. Me, Tanya and Masa went round the whole park (which ...
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