Travel Blogs from Grabovac
... seen so far has been relatively familiar. After Trieste comes the exploration section of the trip, with unfamiliar people, languages, culture, food and landscape as we make our way through Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, Montenegro, Albania and Greece. This is a complete blank page for both of us and I must say I'm seriously excited about it all.
We really powered it through the previous countries so far so that we can shorten our days of riding ...
... t stop being amazed at what we found around the each new corner. When the receding daylight did mean we had to leave the lakes for the night the Croatia experience did by no means stop there. We were staying at a little B&B just outside the park and our host Boran was wonderful serving us home cooked meals! We dined like kings on warming soups, traditional meats and local fish, all with Croatian beer to wash it down. We certainly slept well after those big meals! Keeping ...
This morning I got up quite early and headed down to use the gym before brekkie. I did my 20mins on the bike and 20 laps of the pool, so I felt nice and awake and ready for the day. I then went to breakfast as it finished at 10 and we didn't need to check out until 12 so I could pack after I had smashed the food :) we used the Internet for a little while as well before we left as we wanted the 1245 bus so there was no need to hurry. Once ...
... smile much," an Australian from a Trieste hostel once told me - but when they do they light up the building).
There were other pictures: places, milestones, drinking buddies. Many, many women. Most of the fridge magnets were from far-off destinations - Eiffel Towers, Thai temples and Statues of Liberty spread themselves across the surface like postcards, connecting the man and his wife to a family scattered across the world. The community, here. ...
... t been to Dubrovnik."
"Tomorrow I will - I'll be in Split tonight and head south from there."
"Do you have a place in Split?"
"Still looking, but I might just crash somewhere on the beach."
"Good luck." Drele swirls what little liquid's left in his cup. 'You know we can drop you off in Split when we pass it, OR you can come with us tonight."