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... we anchored at Sibenik in Croatia - thankfully the weather settled down so the ship could go right into port. Quite cool and we walked around town bundled up in coats & warm scarves until about 1pm before heading back to the ship for lunch. Very pretty town but I still don't like the people much. Very sour and a bit ...
... is their own language. Surely I don't look like a Croatian, Italian or French woman? Another thing that I've noticed is that when you order something in a cafe you will ALWAYS get the bill with the item. You never have to ask for it. This includes buying a piece of fruit or a bottle of water...they won't let you leave without giving you the receipt.
Zadar is the next big touristy town of Croatia. It has so much going for it, but ...
... spirits into hopelessness and surrender.
The first thing to get soaked is your ******. The water pools down the front of your seat, and sooner or later it seeps through. Once this frontline has been breached it's a free-for-all. The water seeps down the legs of your pants and runs into your boots pooling at the bottom. By this stage your hands are soaking wet and feeling the full force of the chill pushing against your speed. Next is the neck, as ...
Up at 6.30 bacon and eggs and a quick half hour to check messages before boarding the bus at 8.30. The sun is shining, Rod Stewart is singing and we're off for another day of adventuring. Very lucky! We have left Biograd and are on the road. The vegetation is more lush here and the fields are very green with mountains in the background. We are leaving the rocky terrain behind us. Zagreb is the capital of ...
... the ferry arrived at 7pm which would have given us plenty of time to negotiate the city streets and find our apartment, but instead we arrived at 11pm in total darkness without a map or a clue of which way to ride to get to our apartment. Luckily we had headlamps and happened to come across a road crew working the graveyard shift. Who better to help us find our way through the streets of Zadar than the local road crew. They laid out a city map, located ...