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Travel Blogs from Orebic
... TV, Zagreb vs Moscow. One of the waiters thought that Zagreb got a goal at one stage and threw his arms up in celebration, knocking a bunch of wine glasses from the rack and smashing them! And it wasn't even a goal! Pretty funny! After that we went back to the boat and chilled out in the bar with Angus for a while, until he fell asleep at the table! We got some photos of him while he was sleeping, then we went down to the room and got an early ...
... tiring day.
The main attraction on the island is the national park which has two salt water lakes. We rented bikes to better explore. It was all uphill to get into the park, so I feel like I got a good workout in. It has also been awhile since I was on a bike, so my butt was pretty sore at the end of the day. The lakes were really nice though. They are connected by a little channel thing which has a really strong current. We saw a lot of people tanning at various ...
... their own spot somewhere. We walked back around the big lake and found a spot where we couldn't see anyone else and jumped in. The water was quite cold but it was exquisite and clear and it felt like we had the lake to ourselves. Jumping in and swimming is pretty much always the highlighted a day for me. After drying in the sun and changing into some real clothes again it was time to walk back and catch the catamaran to Dubrovnik. Again- my favorite way to travel between ...
... wheels in a wild attempt to get back to the main street. "Sorry!" he shouts to a stooped nun who leaps from the driveway. "It's around here somewhere..."
He tries another turn. Another. And another. One leads down a dirt path to a field; turning left from there, we see the blurry outline of a gate materialize from the Balkan night.
It's here. This castle.
My mother, two weeks ago, on hearing that I was so close ...
... the train to Lucy sur Yonne to meet up with Peter and Ann.
Up and pack before 5am. Quite light, but very quiet in the streets, apart from young Brits still up from last night. Get to the bus stop by 5.30am for the 6am bus which arrives, and opens for business. Not the company we expected, but Croatian Airlines Zagreb, but it is going to Split airport, for 30 kuna each. We and a Brit family of four are the only passengers, and it leaves at 5.30am, much to ...
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