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Travel Blogs from Baska
... this being her first
time on a sail boat, but since I have done this a couple of times now,
everything went smoothly.
Town is a great place to start your tour of the island. We took a tour of the Venetian
castle, where we enjoyed concerts and theatrical events of the Krk Festival.
Afterwards, we went to Vrbnik for some delicious white wine, and some great
food to compliment the wine. You cannot come ...
... but they were all very keen to do it themselves as Marie and I helped them saddle up. I was invited to ride shotgun on Mache the pony for the afternoon's trail ride and we set off for about 2 hours around the valley and through streams as Bruce pointed out native plants of interest and signs of old tribes that lived in the area centuries ago. I believe Mike spent most of (if not all of) this day cutting and then stacking wood...except in ...
... of time here so there are Romanesque pillars among the stones). Most importantly we bought a ton of groceries (and the biggest chocolate bar we could find for Marie), ate a pizza, had some wine and drank about 4 cups of coffee...it was amazing. We drove the two hours home with full stomachs as Bruce drove 120km/h along the windy country roads while singing along to Croatian folk music CDs. It's was a good day and a good way to recharge and be ready for the next week of ...
Aquileia Sabato 21st 2013
We are off again. I can't understand it. Who does he think he is Phileas Fogg? Today, we are embarking on a brief (a week or so) excursion into the slavic nations of Slovenia & Croatia. Signor has promised me that we will return to Italy early in October.
Camping Village Adria, Ankaran, Slovenia.
You may recall that Soviet Russia copied an Italian Fiat and called it a ...
... deep water as I forget how much more buoyant one is in salt water vs. fresh – you could just lay on your back and float for a rest.
Again, we realized the hotel was far too nice to leave the next day, so we enjoyed a late breakfast and then a walk along the promenade. The promenade is over 20 km long, and was built in the late 1800's into the rocky shore to connect all the hotel and small towns. ...