Beli Kamik I
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... the local government at the time to indulge his lifestyle. We decided to stick to the main by of town and not venture into King Edward's lifestyle though. Later in the day we went to go see a sandcastle competition in Krk, the largest town and also the name of the island. The temperature again was around 37 Celsius so we took a break and went for ice cream. Em had had enough or fortress and old city walls at this ...
... find, you only had to dig under the dried crusted layer of salt to get to the good stuff. It dried right away on your skin as the temp was already up to 33 degrees Celsius. Em thought it was great at first until it started drying and tightening on her face. We walked out into the bay to wash off the now dried mud. Our skin did feel smooth but I don't know about healed. After the mud baths we cleaned up and headed for the largest cave on the island called Biscik. It was a ...
... see fairies or something. Truly it was like out of a dream. We highly recommend this place to anyone travelling here. It was a wonderful walk through the cool bush and such a contrast to our hot beach holiday. I cannot describe this place and you will just have to enjoy the pictures. Wow what a wonderful bush walk and no wonder Croatians are so proud of this. Next time we will definitely make time ...
... coliseum off my list because this was 100x better in every way. Next, we were on to Rovinj. Here are some of the highlights from the coast: • Walked from our Airbnb down to the Adriatic. We highly anticipated jumping in the water and it was dreamy but- Ouch! There was no sand, just golfball sized rocks! • For dinner we tried local sea bass and it was fresh and fantastic! • We walked around old town, Grisa street, and did a bit of ...
... before tackling the ninja, extreme course. This started with one zip line and a few obstacles later I confronted a huge zip line 20 metres above a valley. The next stretch of the course included a skate board zip line, a unicycle on a tightrope, a tightrope walk and an Indiana Jones rickety bridge. These were the most challenging obstacles I faced in the entire day. The day left me exhausted but I was very proud of myself for completing the final ...