Travel Blogs from Rabac
Well 193 miles actually for today’s drive to Zadar, journey time roughly 4 hours, one of the longer legs of our European road trip. So it was time to say goodbye to Tatty Cat but we didn’t bother because he’s DEAF! So after narrowly avoiding the tatty ball of fluff in the middle of the driveway, we were on our way.
Remember we don’t have satnav in Croatia, but we felt confident we could ...
... price (pat pat)!
After dropping off our shopping at the apartment we decided to explore Rovinj by day and go to the rocky headland beneath the main church where the locals relax and swim. Rovinj is such a pretty place we just couldn’t get bored walking around the quaint lanes and popping into the occasional shop. We’re not big on shopping but stumbled ...
How to guarantee a sleepless night Part 1 - First ensure there is a GIANT thunderstorm booming throughout the night with enough rain to supply Africa with water for a year. Then take either one persistent mozzie or a whole family of them that are intent on eating you alive whilst buzzing in your ear for good measure while you are a) too hot to hide under the covers and b) too vulnerable for a toe to be exposed…oh and then a trip to ...
We have been busy floating abroad over the last week or so with little amounts of internet to update with photos.
Anyone who has one of us on Facebook has been kept quite up to date with a few daily photos also!
Thank you for viewing our photos,we will try get more internet to update you all more frequently!
Love, The Smiths xx
... our car on a make shift parkinglot and walked down to the beach. We walked by a cute little harbor. Of course the water was cold but refreshing. Erwin managed to spot a couple of fish without snorkling gear. He actualy managed to take a picture of it!
After we dried up we went back to the car. Our next place was Vrbnik. You had wonderful views and beautiful bays and tiny little streets where hardly a car ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking