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... wars. Ordinary houses and buildings covered with bullet and shrapnel scars. Then, we were off to home hosted lunch in a small nearby town. We had a traditional Croatian lunch made with all home grown vegetables. V good . It was interesting to hear and see how the ordinary person lives. Tomorrow onto ...
The Drive to Cepin is around 300km - so at 130km/h should take just over 2 and half hours.
We had told Didda that we didn’t want to rush as the kids needed to chill out a bit before we left. So after an early morning swim, packing small overnight bags, we headed off around midday.
Sure enough, we arrived late afternoon in Cepin. Didda and Mladen (cousin 2 called Mladen) met us at the end of the freeway, and we followed ...
... and the current tension that still exists there between the ethnic Serbs and Croats.
Tonight we will go out to a club that will have live music as a fundraiser for the flooding in this region. Tomorrow the three of us in the same house will try our best to make American biscuits and gravy and scrambled eggs for our host and her neighbors. It's hard to believe I will be home in less than a ...
... then met up with us for ice-cream. They took us to see the Dakovo cathedral, we were able to have a look inside between two weddings. There were still shrapnel holes in some of the brickwork of the cathedral from the 1990's war.
We said a quick goodbye to Evica and Marijan before heading out on the road again.
We drove until dark and then stopped at a great little hotel in Draganic that we found. We were lucky enough to get the last ...
... I caught a questioning look from Junko. This is definitely the least charming place she had ever spent the night. We joked that, for us, this was pure luxury compared to some of the places we've stayed in. The aroma was a strong negative too. Our friendly hosts made up for all else the place lacked as far as we were concerned. We were told to feel free to use the washing machine. The lady served us Serbian coffee and tea in her finest china.