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... me the one that has stuck in my mind is the
belly dancers but that is just me, Alison didn't seem to appreciate
them to the same extent.
In between the musical events we had a
grand Sunday lunch at a city restaurant and visited a Roman
archeological park. There was a free bus out to an open day at the
dig site. A really busy day which left us pretty tired for the next
days traveling north to Hungary.
... any circumstances, and I told him this. It is completely unacceptable and not at all in keeping with the couch surfing values. And it made me feel so uncomfortable too. I really felt like he was such a jerk! Outrageous!?! He did apologise afterwards, and just said that he was really drunk and that he thought I was really attractive and he didn't mean to upset me. But the damage had been done. Anyway, I stayed at the flat that night, but I left and checked into a ...
... trying to compile a list of the most useful phrases for me traveling to a foreign country and which ones are sort of a ‘second level’ that can lead to increased proficiency without formal study. You really can’t just take all the dictionary of words and memorize their meanings and suddenly be fluent. That certainly helps, but it isn’t everything. The best way to learn is really to act like a child, and pick up phrases and ...
Arriving at 8.30am I grabbed a map and wandered through the massive, and oddly rectangular, King Tomislav 'Square' to the Chillout Hostel, which as the name suggests is very chilled and in my book a fantastic hostel. After breakfast I followed the advice of the guy at the front desk and went on a walk around the older, historic Upper Town and museum-filled (apparently Zagreb has more of these per area than any other city in Europe) Lower Town. During my wander ...
... a paddock, ready muddy and with a whole heap of mostly men selling things from old clothes, to car parts, to bicycle parts, tools, cooking appliances, to ducks and pigs, food and all sorts of other random things. It was all smokey too because there were roasting spits at every corner. Haha it was pretty funny. And pretty popular with the oldies too ;-) After a little wander, the three of us went to a cafe ...