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We very much enjoyed the scenery, once again, en route to Zadar. After checking in at the hotel we went into the city and wanders around the walls, inside and out. The old walls are excellent but much of the inner city is modern. An excellent, ...
... generally just soaked up the atmosphere.
During our stay we got to make little trips to Zadar and Split and all the little towns in between,
never managed to get to Dubrovnik though. How funny is that, it was the only place I really had on my to-do list, but when we got there, it was all so lovely right where we were that we thought we would save it for next time.
Dominic came down and spent ...
... especially my baba. I saw my aunt and uncle and my cousin Martina. Marko, my other cousin, was out working so I didn't catch him yet. I did meet his wife Anna-Maria and their adorable baby Carlo. He is a little heart breaker already at 8 months old and I will definitely be babysitting lots when I'm here haha. We walked down by the sea and everyone was tanning and swimming. We had a great supper in the outdoor dining room complete with my dido's wine made from his grapes in the ...
... h could muster and managed to scramble up his side of the wall. He stood there looking at me and mewing loudly and incessantly as if his little life depended on it. We drove away but it totally broke my heart. We had had him for over 4 hours....it was one of the hardest things I have had to do. The problem was this wee one was only a month old and if someone doesn't feed him, he will die....he is simply too young. It is ...
... you can't stop for a photo op. Passed a pretty cool castle perched on the hill overlooking the bay at Senj. Then stopped for coffee and cake and walk around the breakwall. Wound to top of mountains and some impressive road structures to wind round the outer circle of one and head for Istria. More like Italy, less like Croatia. Villas and mansions everywhere. Vozilici power station huge, tower must've been 400m high probably made from steel as could see ...