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This morning I slept till about 1am and left my hosts house and walked through the dark streets of split throught the city centre to the bus stop. She aaid it. Would be completely safe and it was. A few people around from dancing erc and generally people were just checking on me and making sure I was ok. The lady told mirjanna there was no 1:30 bus and that the tkt office would still be open. When I got to the terminal at ...
... creation, implementation, and final evaluation. Very impressive work! They did a variety of projects including workshops for elementary students on the stigma of poverty, homelessness advocacy, and intellectual disability resource assessment. Afterward, we joined the students for a beer and coffee and have made plans to go out this evening if we are all still awake.
In the meantime, I went with a smaller group of ...
Well we are on our way to Italy tomorrow so I thought id touch on our two days in Zagreb! Croatia is such a beautiful country and Zagreb is super lovely. We didn't have a ton of time here but everything we saw I liked. It is a cute city, easy to get around, and beautiful weather. (Coming from Split it was a little cold but it's around plus one here). We got here later in ...
... city and back to Varazdin without a hitch - in fact, very smoothly. It is still raining in Varazdin as we arrive and settle down to a meal with Nadica. Apparently Silvek had provided a duck the day before and it has been ceremonially cooked for us - in fact ceremonially overcooked - extra crispy.
A thoroughly enjoyable day in Zagreb, good to see Dianne with the memories of the place. Tomorrow we are planning a long drive to Dubrovnik.
This morning caught the train to Zagreb in Croatia. I slept almost the entire train journey and Nathan read his book. He feels that it is his responsibility to stay awake so that he can keep an eye on our bags. Another backpacker we met during our travels said that he had his backpack stolen while he was asleep on a train. We are getting really used to train travel now. The trains are reasonably comfortable even in second class. Some of the ...