Bellevue Pavillions

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Travel Blogs from Orebic

We're going to where??? Bosnia!

A travel blog entry by goseedokids on Jun 23, 2014

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... filling up with fuel in Croatia, heading for the cheap fuel. Problem was we couldn't quite figure how far away the border was. So as our low fuel bell was dinging, we pulled off the highway south and put another 100kuna of fuel in to get us to the Bosnia border. Asking a truckie at the fuel stop, he said we had another 50k to go to get to the border, so we were glad we had stopped. The truckie's English wasn't that good, so we double checked with the store attendant. ...


A travel blog entry by cemewa on Jan 14, 2014

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... the place was all but abandoned in the winter.

We took the car ferry over to Korcula island and drove the few kilometres from the ferry landing to the old town where Hotel Korcula was on the waterfront. It was over 100 years old and seen better days but was serviceable for the one night we stayed there. We walked around the adjacent old town which is a medieval walled city like Dubrovnik, but smaller, ...


A travel blog entry by kyajade on Oct 13, 2013

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... 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 ...

Wasps and the National Park

A travel blog entry by jono.anita87 on Aug 11, 2013

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... beer until happy hour on the boat saw the cocktails come out in large vases and equally as big straws. It's fair to say the bar tab tally went up a few notches that night. By midnight the music from the boats beside us got turned off and all its inhabitants made a hasty exit via the other boats docked beside it to the bars on the island. For us it was just a ladder climb down to our cabin to settle in for the night, ready for a new location in the morning.

The Castle

A travel blog entry by joshnadeau on Aug 12, 2012

... been here for twenty minutes or so. There's a big white van that reminds me of the one a few friends and I used while in Uganda two summers ago. A short man with moppy white hair pops out the door and waggles a finger in his ear. He's followed by way more people than should possibly fit in the vehicle.

"Come on," he shouts in a broad Aussie accent and he helps some of the ladies from the side door, "don't be shy."

Another car pulls ...