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... she is running in addition to the specific tour that we did. Atlas did a great job in picking her.
We were dropped at the train station after our tour, and grabbed some pastries for lunch as there weren't many choices, but they were good enough. The train itself was so very hot. There was no AC, just open windows, which doesn't help when the air blowing on you is hot and the sun is beating down. Plus, when we stopped at the border, there was no airflow for the whole ...
... hotel manager was quite pleasant but this mornings was a gruff and abrupt fellow who made you feel you really were wasting his time. Buildings such as the cathedral are being restored after years of neglect by the communists caused widespread erosion of the stone blocks and statues. Socialist Utopia - Huh!
Tomorrow we hit the trail once more, flying to Split and then transferring to Makarska, where we intend to do very little but lie on the beach and relax.
... moment we decided to reach our stay for the next two days in Zagreb; the chillout hostel. The instructions received while booking the hostel said we needed to take a shuttle bus to the main city terminal as the airport was 30 km out of the city. As we stepped out of a very small airport, that too for a national capital, stood the shuttle. No sooner had we boarded it that it got so full that some had to stand all the way. As the bus moved we got our first glimpses of ...
... the train rose up to a mountain plateau from Split, giving me an almost helicopter view of the towns below. We wound our way around thickly forested mountains and then sped up when we reached the agricultural flat-bottomed valleys that lead towards a Karlowa and eventually Zagreb.
... Our rooms were old but very comfortable, with nice beds and bathrooms and free WiFi.
We had a buffet dinner after a freshen up - the meals on tour have been extraordinarily good - and time to chat with the others before doing some washing and hitting the sack.
So our tour is nearly at an end - only tomorrow left and it will be a big one, with a city walking tour, a drive out into the country for lunch at a farmhouse and a gala farewell dinner at ...