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... Late afternoon we drove up to Cres. The town is right on the water. No cars in town and gorgeous little alleyways everywhere. We spent an hour getting lost in the lane ways, then stopped for dinner. We both had the Cres specialty, lamb cutlets. They were very tasty! Nice to have some good meat :) We found the ice cream shop just as it was closing, then headed back to the ...
... beach and enjoyed the sun with our toes in the water. Mid afternoon we made our way down south, past Punta Križa, to a little beach inlet. There is a camp site here but it's closed now. We're parked right next to the water. Hopefully it's a bit more sheltered and not as windy as last night! The island is so quiet, we can't believe how quiet it is, nor imagine how busy it must be in summer! Everything is closed. But we quite like having all the roads and beaches to ourselves ...
... to be at the ocean we went for a swim! We had heaps of fun jumping off the cliff and rock hopping. After a sandwich and rest on the rocky beach we hiked to the blue caves at U. Zanja beach. We swam out to the caves and headed in. It was so cool! The water so blue; we were illuminated! We didn't stay in for long, and headed back to land to watch the sun start to set. A 40 minute hike back to Percy and we watched the sunset. A cracker day! So happy to be by the ...
... ride to Cres. Once we landed we drove through Cres town to Orlec, and then down to Mali Bok beach. There was another van there too! We had to park on quite an angle! After cooking up a storm for dinner we walked down to the beach. It was a long way down! We weren't overly excited about what we saw - we're too spoilt in Australia! Although it was very dark; we'll try again tomorrow. We found a great spot for some stargazing before heading to ...
... the border with Slovenia and within about 2 kilometres of crossing the border the countryside had completely changed. The dry rocky mountains were gone, replaced by lots of trees and green grass. We bought a toll vignette (sticker for the windscreen to travel on the road) and bought some groceries. We stayed the night at a campground at Skocjan. It was really just a big grassy paddock down quite a steep drive.