Travel Blogs from Karlovac
... same we did about the PSP on the PS2, so however it's not on it," a PR spokesperson told Eurogamer. Here-you will see books to every one of the invisible deal destinations, rampages, bonus objectives & special leaps, including screenshots of all of the regions. You will also locate maps covering both islands. I've incorporated checklists in PDF-format, that will help you keep an eye on your progress inside the game. You will find these in the ...
... self-pity ones that make you laugh. And Emily and I continued to laugh at her expense, knowing that she secretly loved it too. We managed to buy 2L of red wine (4 Euros!) and just as we got settled into an “empty” compartment, we got duly asked to move as it was apparently booked. After some frantic searching, we moved into a compartment with an old man who did not speak any English. We started swigging straight out of the wine bottles and the ...
... br> Betina
is one of the rare
places in Croatia where the tradition of building wooden ships has
You can walk among the
maze of narrow streets and visit the Baroque church of St.
Francis of Assisi.
The beautiful bell tower, overlooking the old center, was added in
interesting historical site, ...
... about 4pm and slowly walked up to sues place. Se wasn't home but one of her staff, Mladden was so we had a beer and a good old chat with him. He is really nice, and lives near the forest where he picks mushrooms and other Veges for sue. He grew up in Zagreb.
She arrived home at about 5 ish and we had a lovely dinner and chatted for the Rest of the night. Was so nice to finally meet her and have a good chat.
We went to sleep at about ...
... about the size of our tent. If you can call the stop and go jerks of a train for over seven hours comfortable! And the compartment was nice and toasty hot so we had the window open and were lulled to sleep with sound of squeaky train wheels.
We rolled into Split in the early morning, wondering if the first stop in the city was ours, the train having stopped at the previous few small towns. As we ...