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... took us through vast farmland where every acre was used to grow something. Some folks were out digging up potatoes and there were still crops in the ground. Crossing from Hungary into Serbia is very much like crossing from Canada into the US and vise versa with lots of police everywhere.
We stayed in Novi Sad tonight and it was badly destroyed during the Bosnia/Serbian War and there is still lots of destruction all around. In fact the city looks tired and ...
... even need to to the line. Ready to embark, Audrey comes back just in time to the car to clearly get told that only the driver can be in the car. Craziness right before to get everything we need out the car!
I park the car like a pro in between the ferry columns and a space clearly too tight for the a normal modern car, while being shouted at by 2 men who were giving me contradictory directions. Since I could not understand either of them, I just did what I ...
... br> We manage to find the secret road that leads us directly to the beach and park right at the waters edge. For a European beach this one is not bad...pebbles of course, but perfectly flat and the water is beautifully clear. I spread out my blanket but David wastes no time in getting into the water....well as fast as his new born baby feet will allow anyway. I sit myself down and survey my surroundings. We are in a small bay and on both sides there are bars ...
... more picture perfect than the last. The hills are also strewn with wild growing Rosemary, lavender and sage and the remains of the most incredible network of dry stone walls, which turn hillsides into a checkerboard of grey and green. On my first morning I pulled into a village high in the hills and was greeted by, what appeared to be, the solitary resident and his donkey, who excited opened up the village church for me, the oldest lavender oil cooperative building on ...
Part 2, picking up from Croatia to Paris and Iceland I evidently maxed out the length of a single entry in the Travel Blog, so I am picking up the story with a second one. June 29: We got up and had breakfast in our room, sharing muesli. We departed Tina's House for Plitvice Lakes entry #1, parked the van, and explored the upper lakes. These are similar to the lower lakes, though a bit bigger in surface area and more drop between lakes. This provided some more natural looking ...