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Beach time! We had 2 full days in Pag to just relax and check out the beaches. Being spoiled for any other beaches already, I really only appreciated the colour of the water as instead of sand the water is surrounded by rocks! Not fun to walk on (regretted my decision to not buy those dorky water shoes) but we ...
... as well. We bought a couple and the lady threw in a fresh cheese similar to cream cheese, just because!
We hadn't eaten breakfast at this stage, so we stopped for a coffee at a small cafe about 500m down the road from the cheese factory unfortunately they had no food but the coffee was really good!! There was a small market nearby so we bought crackers (only the 2nd place we've seen crackers ...
... We through this around with some of the others from our
group in the water for a while before I insisted we leave the each before I got
sunburnt as we had been there for 3 hours. It was just beautiful!
Back at the hotel we had a nap for another two hours,
clearly catching up on some needed sleep. We got ready for dinner around 7:00
and went out with Paul and Amanda to a place recommended by Hugh and Ishty. The
food there ...
Another travel day today heading to Croatia’s island Pag.
Everyone is looking forward to a relaxing day tomorrow on the beach as we have
all been so busy everywhere else so far! We set off at 7:15 as today we had a
few stops planned that ran at particular times. The first of these we arrived
at about 9:30 was the Postjana Caves. These are the longest caves in Europe and
to get to the main bits of the cave we have to catch a little railway ...
... yourself. All I'll say is this: the Ustashe did not have the facilities nor the technology the Germans had in their death camps. In the words of Rabbi Jozef Atijas, who lost 153 family members during the Holocaust: "The word Jasenovac which chills the blood and turns one's mouth to stone...is the most painful, the most shameful, the saddest and most morbid place that humankind and history can remember ever." Sadly, the number of bodies has become the source of ...