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Travel Blogs from Zagreb
... They huffed and they puffed as they climbed
Through forests that were quite sublime.
Once they got to the top
With that view both jaws dropped!
They enjoyed the most awesome of times.
Another trip would be quite THE dream,
But oh well, stupid working regime!
They thought they'd be sad,
But the prophecy said
Everything's cool when you're part of a team!
Arrived in another storm, 2 nites 1june arrived croatia wow winding roads very hilly we're in zegrad what amazing citie of course it was raining when we arrived but after it cleared up so we went for a walk into the city which is about 20min walk it was beautiful the people are very friendly and speak English drinks alcohol very cheap the food soo yummy ...
... an easy familiarity as if we had been away for a vacation as opposed to a fifty year absence. Edi strode through town like a whirlwind with Robyn, Mirna, Mak and me in tow. we stopped for a nice-cream and a beer; the first of many! A traditional Croatian restaurant was booked but we did not know who was coming. Mirna told us that Vjelko was in hospital with a infection impacting on his heart so we were not going to meet him or his family to our disappointment ...
... money! Which I think was sort of hilarious, but I guess I'll just carry them around until I get back to Spain. The bus to downtown Pula is very nice but be aware - they only take exact change in Euro (4 euro), or kunas (30 kuna). Right now kuna to euro is a very weird 7.3 ratio or something, which is very difficult to convert in your head. Luckily, it's 5.5 kuna to 1 USD, so I've just been dividing by 5 to get the amount in US currency, which is ...
... beer. And that’s when the night changed. The events that ensued were some of the funniest yet on this trip! A Kenyan guy, heavily intoxicated, had heard us talk in English and came over. He invited himself to join us and proceeded to tell us his story about his girlfriend dumping him to move to Australia, how people think he’s gay and plenty of other ramble. He then got us to play Name-Car-Country-City game (You take turns, pick a letter from the alphabet, ...
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