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... Italy. It is especially a
great sailing location to visit and explore while being on a cruise. With the
main land, Krk is connected via two-arch concrete bridge, which we passed by on
our way to the main harbor.
main harbor is in the town of Krk, and it provides a very well protected
shelter from wind and other climate changes. While entering the harbor, a very
strong wind was blowing so Manuela got a ...
... truffles that way but they were all tiny.
When it started to get dark, the group disbanded and all headed our separate ways. Mike and I headed home and back through the Slovenian border. This time, the issue was getting into Slovenia. We were told on our tour in Croatia that Slovenia is basically run by the mob which would explain what happened next. On the Slovenian side of the border, the border guard told us in whatever language he was ...
... awed by the stunning view of this well-preserved Roman-era walled town. It reached toward the sky atop a high hill surrounded by well-established vineyards. Fewer than 1,000 people live in the greater municipal area, which includes the “flatlands.”
This hilltop town of perhaps 500 residents is birthplace of Mario Andretti, the Formula 500 world champion. And I bet you thought he was Italian!
Tranquility reigned, even though we knew that ...
... back over the bridge. When we got off and wandered into the secret world that Venice is, we were taken aback at how invigorating it was. We ignored the three thousand other people, and focused on the images in front of us like we were on a movie set. Venice is slightly inconceivable; it is a city of old buildings resting on each other in order to stay up, which are submerged in water. We roamed in awe through the narrow streets, browsed the ...
... wet, it wasn't too bad if you curled up towards the middle of the tent away from the edges but it was wet, in the morning we also realised we had set the tent up in a big dip in the grass and this dip formed a small version of the river Nile, right through our tent! We hadn't realised as we were on the airbed which kept us 8 inches of the ground but our backpacks and everything's were not so lucky, everything was ...