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... rather a case of taking coals to Newcastle. She went to the back “garage” part of her camper and brought out a huge plastic bag of various dried herbs, picked from the mountainside and used to brew teas for various occasions or remedies.
Evidently she has a flat in the capital but lives in her camper at Senj for six or seven months. Fishing and collecting herbs from the mountain.
... he said was 'Whoa. Where are you going?’ We said to a campsite in Croatia and he took our passports to a booth and lent through window and stamped them, turned around to a booth behind him and stamped our passports again. Handed back our passports and waved us on. Checked passports and they had been stamped for Slovenia and Croatia. Wonder which government pays his wages.
I had looked at the map and decided the coast ...
... outer edge of town in a nice, modern 1BR vacation apartment. We really like the apartment, and love the great price! We even made a trip to the nearby supermarket, which was sort of a downer. Despite being a nicer looking place, the food selection was very limited. Still, you can't keep our spirits down for long. We are having a blast on our honeymoon in Europe so far, and nobody's gonna break our stride.
Some additional ...
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 ...
... never be fully repaid though. This feels a bit strange though as I've been so used to being on the go these past months. Perhaps that's why I'm quickly getting somewhat bored in these small towns we stop in. It's all very beautiful and picturesque with the scenery and shimmering water, but as it's not high season, the little to see is either still closed or closed ...