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... What we gave was a cheap thrill to those walking past our tent. What 'we' won was the Ashes.
Woke up, without having really slept, moved. Took advantage of an early leaver and we now have the best spot on the campsite. SHADE!!! Yes Helga, shade. Always pitch your tent in the shade...when possible. Ain't gonna make that much difference when the temperature is equivalent to a Roooooooooooot innings (sorry, lost you again) but we can but try. At least the day is ...
... Adriatic coast is busy, too busy. We hope to move inland to quieter quarters tomorrow.
And briefly, before tales of a strange man, here's Tom with the weather.
Roasting. 93 degrees in the shade and don't we know it. Putting the tent up was a nightmare and involved running into the sea to cool off.
We could have stayed in what had become almost our own private field in the mountains in Slovenia. Our reward for staying ...
... truffles. Arriving at Motovun, we leave the bus below and take the shuttle up to the walled city. Built during the era when it was under Venetian control, this is reflected in the architecture where you may see the Venetian lion with wings & a book. The region has been under the control of many counties/empires. First the Venetians, then Austrians, then Austrian-Hungarians, after WWI it was part of Italy, and then after WWII it was part of Yugoslovia, now Croatia. ...
To start our day on the bus, Jim did a presentation of a chocolate cookie to Vlaho and a peanut cookie to the driver. Then Pennisue had bought a Tesla mug from all of us as a present to Vlaho. After his initial briefing, we all applauded and screamed loudly. Ah, scarcasm, where would we be without it? On the way to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia, we passed a village that had an open air museum with jet planes, tanks and ...
... underground bunker from World War I. This is where they housed the ammunition and where they sheltered the people during bombings. Kinda cool. Did a little shopping and then home for cocktails and quality time! We are heading back a day early to Germany tomorrow because a couple people are missing their fur ...