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... posh for the likes of us about the place. We needn't have worried. Firstly the lady said bluntly No when we offered to correct the more glaring mistakes in their English translation. Then the French onion soup turned out to be rather ordinary Croatian onion soup. Vernon's tomato salad was just segments of tomato served in a chipped bowl. All in all very disappointing, one can only assume that this particular school is for those aspiring to secure ...
... light these coals, or perhaps they were sick of all the smoke we were creating, and gave us a few very efficient fire starter things. We have no idea what they were made of but they were triangular shaped and sort of chalky in texture but brown in colour. Not sure but it certainly worked and we still have hot coals 6 hours laters, ;-)
After breakfast, a nicely brewed coffee by Paul and a little clean up we spent the afternoon in the river!
... or Czech. Prices are very similar to back home actually for a lot of things. A little cheaper, like one or two dollars. But for other things like tuna and this tomato and eggplant dip, it's so cheap!
So anyway we had a little expedition to the supermarket and decided that we wouldn't buy anything to eat until we reached Karlovac. Little did we know, or should I say remember, that Sunday trading hours are cut short. We so should have known...
So away we continued ...
... us to the next street and right around to the right. Thanks you thank you we said in Croatian. Hvah lah I think it is. As we rode off, all the people out the front of their houses, mostly women were laughing so much at us. But it was friendly, with lots of smiles and we were in good spirits too so we were laughing with them. We also set the village dogs off after that little puppy incident. What a choir! We could here them all barking for ages and ages and in the other village ...
... in us that any scratch, no matter the size, that we might make now had a 600 Euro bond hanging over it. To be honest, I would have rather had the biggest **** box in the land rock up that had more imperfections, bumps and scratches than Freddy Krueger's face.
Either way, we were stuck with the almost brand new car and were a fair bit behind our planned departure time, so we shot off toward the South of Slovenia.
Even though we had a ...