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Thursday, December 11, 2014
Rovinj was wonderful. But we had a bit of drama getting out of town. It's a long slog to get from Rovinj down to Zadar, our next stop. We bought tix for a 4:40 am bus ...
... 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 ...
... exploring the park and searching for (but not finding) elusive exotic birds. We did, however, see tons of fish since the water is so clear they look like they are floating in air.
It was very hot and humid today, but the occasional breeze coming off the water provided a refreshing respite. There were a large number of people visiting the park, which made maneuvering a bit difficult, but provided great people ...
... with their names. You know how easy it is to get lost when there's no street signs? Thank god for that little blue pulsating dot on Google Maps that tells you where you are. Plus I just worked out that it still works offline, as long as you've downloaded the general area you'll be in the last time you've an internet connection. If you want to cook or make something, you can find every ingredient at Woolies and Coles. I know ...