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... it was late we waited at the station for about 20 mins before it left. The train stopped for a long time on the border where lots of police border and check our passports twice! Only an hour late we found our way to the hostel with Joey's expert navigating skills. We thought Laura may be in the hostel bar but she wasn't! This time we had twin rooms. We had a quick change and headed out to find a drink! Ljbliana's river is lined with bars and restaurants so we were ...
... up the mountain to get to) – we made a short video which Google automatically edited with some amusement – see https://goo.gl/photos/W9V9DQ2DuKSqwSGx5 .
Bosnian food is without a doubt some of the best in the world if you like meat (the same can be said of the entire Balkan region but here it shined). My absolute favourite is the burek – basically meat filled pastry – which I could happily eat for breakfast, lunch, ...
... pizza, you can have a pizza, what do you say?’ he replied, still as casual as ever.
I can honestly say I have never enjoyed a pizza as much as I enjoyed the pizza that Mattijs and I shared at 11pm that night. We even had the luxury of a glass of wine and a beer, so far removed from the indigestion inducing kebab that I had envisaged would be our dinner.
Relieved to no longer be on that sodding train and having eaten, we returned to the hostel, and to ...
Zagreb is a smaller Vienna, same cafe culture, equally stylish, but less imperial, more charming, and also cheaper. There are lots of parks, including a botannical garden (free) right in the centre of the city. The large open-air Dolac food market is across from the cathedral. Mirogoj is one of the most beautiful cemeteries we have seen. At the mushroom museum (free, just off the main square, Trg bana ...
... of jackhammers, the cobblestones being repaired while the majority of the population attempts to sun itself on the Adriatic Coast.
Maybe it was just jetlag. But there was a thick and muffled silence as we walked through the 17th century squares of the old city, people scurrying by with shopping bags, often tearing pieces of bread from the copious Pan-Pek stands with their teeth as they walked and texted and smoked. Maybe we will get past ...