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... the Medvedgrad Pivnica (Bear City Brewery) – pork knuckle with
potatoes, baked beans, and sauerkraut, Croatian goulash over homemade pasta
squares, stuffed pork loin with dumplings and mustard cream sauce. Of course, I
also had to get a taster tray of the brewery’s six home brewed beers, a very
nice variety of flavors after the standard pilsner beer elsewhere in the
... car, but on a bike they are more tedious than a football commentary. At least at speed we were not uncomfortable in our lightweight gear but waiting for the passport checks at the border with Croatia was no fun at all. Why is it that anyone checking passports can only move at a pace that can be measured with a calendar? Why is it that people in the queue act as if it is a surprise that they have to present their passports? ...
... completely on me? Well, Nenad tells me that some people are just good at creating a story, of who they are and what they want you to believe they are. And that maybe I have fallen for His story and what I am actually missing is just something He made up. Therefore, it was never there. And I suppose, if this is true, then there is no need to be sad as He was never the man I thought him to be anyway. And then he was not, and never will be, good enough for me. He doesn't deserve me.
One of our goals when we planned to visit Croatia was to hike at Plitvice Lakes National Park. Plitvice Lakes is a place of immense natural beauty with turquoise lakes, hundreds of waterfalls, and unspoiled old growth forests. The only drawback, if you can call it that, is that this amazing National Park is rather remote, and it's a challenge to travel in Croatia. If you look at a map of Croatia, the country is very long and narrow, bordering the Adriatic sea ...
... to eat during the cold winter months.
People don't travel very far and many farmers had moved off their land after the war to get work in Zagreb, but now some are moving back to enjoy the simple lifestyle.
Our lunch was at a lovely place perched on top of a hill and we tucked into some local fare that was really delish! All sorts of cold meats and pickled veggies and then roast veal and duck, finishing up with ...