Travel Blogs from Grabovac
... get ˝ way. From there we caught a boat across the lake where we stopped for a well-deserved beer and a pee.
Eventually arriving back at the hostel a while later we ate outside with the cicada’s chirping, and the dubiously home cooked meal from the nicest inn owners I’ve ever encountered who served a 4 course meal for 20Euros and a surprise shot of the local liquor.
I’m going to be honest. It smelled like bad tequila, and both Rush and ...
... the national park on them so were sure about the direction, however, the quality of the road wasn´t extremely good. Moreover there were numerous signs along the road prohibiting the entrance to the woods because of several unexploded mines that remained there buried after the Croatian-Serbian conflict from the 1990s. (Note: When passing through some small villages up in the mountains we noticed many houses still had very ...
... so we could kind of see where we would be walking back tomorrow. Everything is relatively close by with all the shops and stuff in the old town and the beach in front of our hotel is the most popular one in Split so we will definitely check that out tomorrow. Once we had checked in it was almost 5:30pm and we couldn't really be bothered doing anything plus we had stolen breakfast food that we needed to eat so we decided to just stay ...
... and peek inside to find them there, Vid holding the younger Croat's head as Drele softly palms his cheek. Luka attempts batting them away before churning in his sheets. The two look at each other and hoist the blankets up in the air, dropping the naked man onto the floor.
"My lady," Vid croons, "thy stagecoach awaits."
I lean against the doorway, "where were you guys? It's nearly two o'clock."
"Drinking, of course!"
... You're fighting the gemišt."
Can't hide it. "Yeah."
"Just, don't..." he pauses, glancing down at the rising bubbles between his fingers. Stealing a brief look at our drivers, Luka the new father tips the drink bottom-up and adds another empty to the collection.
"Yeah, I was there for a month two summers ago. Just after graduation," I say.
"Building houses?" ...