Blue Waves Resort
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... but are now starting to look tired and in need of some tender loving care. I would imagine that it would cost a penny or two for upkeep of these places. As we reach Pula we decide to go straight into the old part of the town to see the Arena. This is like the Colosseum in Rome. As we get near the traffic builds up and gets a bit chaotic but eventually we find a park and then just have to find how to get back to the Arena. We stop for a coffee on the way and as ...
... showing the age and some history. This only opened 10 days ago so the guides were very new on the job. The cave has 2 natural chimneys and is only about 56 metres long. Burial mounds have been found here and also remains of fires and food storage areas. Now for the trek down the steps. Easier than going up. Once down we cross the river on a small bridge and walk back down the other side. Its a very pretty walk and worth the ...
... br> We were told to order “Red Red Wine” in the bar, which we only gave a score of “One in Ten”, and to top it off they had “A Rat in the Kitchen”. But it turned out the bar was owned by the drummer of the band UB40 – so that explained everything!
So another 193 miles further away from home and another new place to explore. Cheap and sunny, we are really enjoying Croatia.
... through. It was a challange to drive there.
We went to Stara Baska next. Now that was a nice trip! We went all the way to the end of yhe road and were surprised to find a nice little secluded bay where you could swim. We got our swimming stuff and hopped on down to the beach. That was nice. The water was cristal clear and boy... Even more cold than the other places we had swom. The view from the water ...
The journey from Pula was a lot more picturesque than Rijeka upon arrival as it is much more an industrial and port town than a tourist destination. Not much of an issue as it was merely a gateway to Pag Island for Hideout Festival. Unfortunately we had to wait until the morning of the boat to buy our ticket and none of us wanted the early rise to secure ourselves a ticket for the boat. We checked in at the hostel but disappointingly the ...