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So after 6 days of perfect alpine September weather - blue skies, warm temperatures - October dawns grey and cloudy. But we are going south, so set off in positive spirits! We have decided to use the motorway for the first part of the trip - we need to get some miles .- er kilometres that is - under our collective belts and we know the northern part of Slovenia quite well. Hadn't counted on the one way traffic in the Karawanken tunnel though, but the half hour wait didn't ...
The rain has stopped and it's been a warm and sunny day. It's a "rest day" today with no planned riding, so I explored the local area on foot, including the nearby village of Veli Losinj and the town 4km away of Mali Losinj. Lunch was a magnificent seafood spaghetti dish with mussels, cockles and scampi. Dinner I had in the hotel because I was running very ...
... stage may have saved to city fighting a whole army single handedly. I don’t know but they all have them. The town of Nin has a second VIP which could be a bishop or an ancient Policeman. Judging by the stern look, the raised finger and by the fact that he is ready to throw the book at any offender, and that he is at the ready to kick anyone out of town who dares to break the rules.I reckon he is a Policeman, Looking at his foot he has ...
Hostels are definitely so much better than hotels. Yesterday afternoon I caught a ferry from Rijeka to the island of Pag and stayed at this wonderful hostel, the Big Yellow House (BTW: bus Rijeka to Zadar = 200 Kuna; ferry Rijeka to Pag=50 Kuna, bus Pag to Zadar = 71 Kuna). There, they had 2 pet dogs and a pet iguana, as well as a free welcome drink, breakfast and was right across the road from the ...
... one of the day is bijela kava molim (white coffee please) - though I am terrified if I get it wrong I'll receive something undrinkable!! We are lucky that most people that we meet especially in shops and restaurants speak perfect English. Marin told us that some learn it in school but most people learned it from TV and necessity, by talking to visitors. 'Imaju dobar dan' - have a good ...