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... we have strayed into a naturist colony. I guess we shouldn't be surprised this being the Istrian peninsular, which is famous for such behaviour.
There are some sights that are best not seen! Fat German matrons wobbling down to the water counts as one of them. But there are, as you might say, compensations. It's a strange world.
We encountered a mega grasshopper that appears to have ...
... I've barely had them before Motovun. Every meal included truffles. I had truffles and chicken, truffles and pasta and even truffle soup. My mouth literally waters when I think back on the food I ate there. Damn. Also, my trip to Europe has allowed me to discover a love for red wine, which makes me feel more mature than usual. Finally becoming a vino expert I'd like to think ahah. Did some fun things like shopping for wine and truffles, and also visited the film ...
... then catch the train into Venice, it's less than 10minutes. I love being back here but it's amazingly busy. We have a look around the shops, Alfie gets his. Messi shirt that he's been wanting all holiday. We look in all the leather shops and I buy a lime green bag that is different to everything else we've seen. We buy a beer and sit on the steps at the edge of the Grand Canal ...
... 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 ...
... a campsite in Portoroso. But on heading there, the sat nav in the car decided to die and left us flailing for directions on a Slovenian motorway. Even the internet wouldn't work for directions on the charged tablet. Um, paper map... Anyone?!! We found our way to portorozo with a bit of luck, and arrived in a climbing 34 degree heat at the campsite, where we pitched our tent under a big shade tree and headed straight to the ...