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... I wouldn't even be able to begin to comprehend the depths of poverty or the emotional and physical scars of living through war by reading about it in the paper. The world looks, tastes and sounds very different when experienced directly. In this way, travel is a constant and evolving lesson in history, politics, economics, geography, language, cuisine and the humanities. I travel to gain perspective on my place in the world and to remind myself of ...
... from New Zealand who we originally met in Italy but also ran into in Croatia. We had a great night with them and are on the same flight tomorrow morning to Zagreb. It's been a great trip, an eye opening experience full of culture and education but we definitely took the time to soak it all in and enjoy. Our first big trip together but definitely not our last! We will be glad to be home tomorrow night :) See you all ...
... I also quite enjoy. Today is our last full day until we hop on a 8 hour train tomorrow to Zagreb which is also in Croatia. I'm sat out on our patio drinking coffee and watching as all the people go on with their daily lives as I waited to get ready for our beach day! We walked about half an hour to one of the beaches and found a rock and laid down there. We were probably the only people going swimming because for them it's cold because it's their winter. We were ...
... football team! He
had his whistle with him and was blowing it constantly, we stopped in
some places on the way to make some pics and film a little video for his
friend! Was an interesting ride, but he left us out still in Croatia
witth a bottle of vodka and we started to hitchike towards Dubrovnik and
we were lucky to catch a ride from this guy from Kosovo who was going
towards Albania - our next stop! We tried to use our very poor german
... are..... different. Where there is sand in the U.S., there are rocks in Europe. This makes for clear and beautiful water, but treacherous, painful and often slimy ventures into the water.
I also had the opportunity to share a meal with some lovely girls in the historic city of Trogir. Fresh Calamari and fried baby octopus was...interesting, but tasty.
And how could I forget Krka National Park- as far as ...