Grand Hotel Imperial
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... wind. She stirred and scooped off the froth. Then it was poured into a 6litre plastic bottle which stood in cold water to cool before being decanted into smaller bottles. She very generously presented me with a small bottle –“To be taken anytime” – straight as a shot or diluted with water. I felt I had to
reciprocate so parted with a few Rooibos tea bags, as they were from South Africa and Herbal! Well, ...
The drive down to the coast, on quiet back roads was spectacular. The higher seating in the van allows us to see over th crash barriers. The only blip was that Brutus " moved" a little bit as we were driving. This meant roadside adjustments.
We had some cause for sad reflection as we drove past many war damaged dwellings. One little village (where Dave attended to Brutus) ...
... really good restaurants.
To me most of the places feel the same, the ones that don't to me are the better ones.
So I think this one is one of the same.
So after, we drove to a town nearby.
This one stood out to me because it had the narrowest street in the world at 43 cm.
It was the world's smallest street.
We arrived at Malinska island, the largest island in Croatia.
There is a restaurant right next to us and it is popular.
One night Mum and Dad went to eat there and we stayed home.
We could talk to them from the fence next to the restaurant.
We went walking into town.
The town is cool like there is markets inside houses.
When we arrived, in town near our house is ...
Malinska on the island of Krk was a really nice way to end our month in Croatia.
A small seaside town around the port with so many restaurants and a cheese festival.
Although it’s a bit ridiculous to call it a festival because there was only about 6 small stalls and only one was selling cheese.
But there were bands playing in the evenings on the 3 nights we stayed here.
Surprisingly we ...