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... was nicer. At Brecize, everybody on the train disembarked and boarded a bus. The bus took us to the border, where we disembarked again, got stamped out of Slovenia, got stamped into Croatia, and reboarded the bus. The whole time, we could see the big mess that was the other direction. The line of buses and trucks trying to come north through the border was possibly a mile long. There were crowds of people just walking ...
... Where do you live, don't you have spiders?
Austria, she says, we don't have spiders in the house.
Basil says so in Austria spiders know not to come indoors, this is Croatia!
Now it got funnier.
I was packing up and he took a liking to one of my badges on my jacket. I mentioned I'd been in the army, and also I'd like to have a photo of him and the hotel. Suddenly I'm the guest of honour.
Oh the English are so ...
... then it is only a short distance to Marina where we will catch up with the Brisbane Jozinovic family before we head off to Split on Friday. Something that are both looking forward to. We wandered along the Main Street checking out the shops and we bumped into the U18 Sydney United football team (soccer) who were over in Zagreb for a tournament. Had a chat, took a photo, found out that they won their first ...
This morning we treated ourselves to a lazy one, having been so long since we properly slept until moderately late (8:30 the alarm went off, but I could have easily slept far longer)! Emma again was a nightmare to wake up, and eventually arose just after 9.
After a relaxed get ready, I decided to head out to find a supermarket to buy us some breakfast, as we hadn't had chance last night. After going into what I thought was ...
... taking more photos although Zagreb isn't quite as photogenic as the other cities I've been to, and found a place selling strukli which is a total comfort food dish. It's made of a kind of pasta and cottage cheese and baked in the oven. It would be worth having a bad hangover just to order it and then recover. Zagreb has a relaxed vibe and is a bit dusty around the edges but the cafe scene will remain an abiding memory of the place for me.