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Thursday, December 11, 2014
Rovinj was wonderful. But we had a bit of drama getting out of town. It's a long slog to get from Rovinj down to Zadar, our next stop. We bought tix for a 4:40 am bus ...
... out of my eyes, the bike slowly sinking in the mud.
My savior and my rock (Tracey) came to the rescue, turning both bikes around out of the sinkhole and hugging me with love back into composure. We sluggishly rolled down the mountain into a warm bar with coffee, regrouped and took off along the coast for another chilling shaky hour. When we arrived to our host in a small town one bay past Senj, our hands and lips were a tinge of blue. Our anguish ...
Bacon and eggs this morning and then onto the bus for a day of sightseeing. First we go to Pag where we visit a factory which makes the World's Best Cheese. We have a tour of the factory wearing funny coats, hats and shoes and then we go upstairs for a cheese tasting. Usually with a tasting you stand around and are very lucky if you get a taste of anything. This is very different. When we walk upstairs the tables are all set. On each table are three ...
... and there's soap available for you to do that. As much as I would like to forget these times in my life, we don't have to go through the horrible experience of public squat toilets. I told myself that the liquid on the floor was just from the bucket of water in the room used for you to flush the toilet with. However, if I'm honest with myself, it really is people's urine. Yes, I agree with you. Oh gross. Streets have signs ...
... pictures. The jumper would come up from the water and say "How did it turn out?" The two photographers would shield the camera waiting for the pictures to display, and simultaneously laugh or cheer or yell "They're awesome!" when they did. This exact sequence happened probably 50 times that afternoon. There was a small waterfall behind the rock that you could sit in and a couple others nearby, ensuring we had a variety ...