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... these great scenic ones I simply like to relax but some of these tourists just plodding along in their campers at about 20 kph and causing mighty long tailbacks need their **** kicked. Once again it seemed to take me forever to get anywhere on this road and by the time I reached the border to Croatia it was way after 11h30. It had taken me way over 3 hours to do only about 90km. Finally into Croatia I found the road was a race track. The speed limits were higher than ...
... struggles and worries and to wonder at the marvellous perversity that the people who have the least money and possessions to their name are often the ones with the most generous hearts and open smiles. To be reminded that people of all races, language, creed and colour are, on an individual level, fundamentally driven by the same desires, emotions, fears and pleasures is an eye opening and unnecessarily surprising realisation. To be able to sit anywhere ...
Back down the hill and we had an amazing snickers gelato and a pick me up coffee before our onward sail to Korcular.
Korcular was action packed and probably the biggest night of the trip, we started at the markets getting our outfits sorted for the Pirates & Sailors party to happen that night. Form the markets it was cocktails in a 12th Century turret looking onto the harbour, cocktails done we bundled into a bus to a special dinner our captain had ...
... a mixture of drugs before managing to fall asleep. If you ever want me to wake up early then have me sleep on a boat, some people find the motion soothing and like having the roof 10cm's from your face but not I.
We all got to know each other on Moon Kiss pretty quickly but unfortunately we didn't all have the same sense of humour. Milan and I seemed to put our foot in it a few times with the hoity toity flight attendants. ...
... picturesque especially at sunset.
Our plans have changed somewhat as we want to visit Pltvice lakes and not having a car and the lakes been in the middle of nowhere we were finding it a little difficult. We diverted hiring a car by traveling to Zagreb and then getting transport to the lakes which is only 2 hours or so instead of round trip from split been 12 hours or so.
Early morning start as we had to catch the train by 8am and when it arrived all these people got on, ...