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... definitely still separate from the region I came from and still has some restrictions that other nations do not. So it went, it was very smooth as what looked like local policeman boarded the train and zipped through the cars stamping out passports; couldn't have taken more than 15 minutes. I just like the border check because it's an official 'entry' into a new place. Most often I didn't even know I had crossed borders on other train and bus rides. As I approached Zagreb, the capital ...
... a van and found out it was a 2 hour drive to the national park. Once we arrived there were like 10 tour groups and the line around the block - the tour guide helped out by buying the tickets and picking our route. Only problem was the details - we were told the trail was flooded and main be a bit muddy. You can hike through or pick the upper route; at first I thought, I am not hiking up the mud. Then started on ...
... oh-so-matching the bike.
But he needed a mountain to nail
And so Sljeme became Holy Grail.
But the coolest of all
Was the news that followed
He'd be joined by one cocky female!
Quite a fighter, that lady called Eve.
Her bravery you'd never believe!
She tried a road bike
For the very first time
During clearly his bestest Home Leave.
After a late start, Rose and I walk to the centre of the Old Quarter to do our own tour of the Upper and Lower Town of Zagreb. Exhausting several hours walking around the city, we see many of the sights and scenes that Croatia's capital has to offer. The highlights of our stroll include: - Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary - St. Mark's Church - Stone Gate - Museum of Broken Relationships: This museum housed donated artefacts from failed partnerships, ranging ...
... to the Croatian border but the policewoman there was happy to come on the bus and stamp our passports.
Croatian countryside is also very green and beautiful and although we had a few heavy showers it was still fabulous to see. We stopped off and picked up our local tor guide and headed to Kumrovec to an Ethnological Museum there. This is a village where they’ve recreated lots of Croatian houses from earlier times and ...