Travel Blogs from Podgora
... Zagreb was and how few cars there were but after talking to our host ( Aussie from Sydney) apparently the locals have boycotted it because of the toll. It was very interesting speaking with our host who was born in Australia but returned to marry and live in Croatia. She explained what life was like during the war with Yugoslavia.
Yesterday we drove to a beautiful little cove and beach near Pupnat. We ...
... most of it, then doubled back to get the car, drove into Postira to pick up the trail there, and used the car to economize on time by driving as far as we could towards the harbor. Every coastal town is understandably centered around its harbor, many of which have been converted into tourism magnets with charming little cafes and restaurants ringing the water. Postira has a delightful waterfront, as yet undiscovered by the masses at Dubrovnik, Split, and Hvar.
... is nothing sadder than a seaside town in the rain with a few bedraggled tourists sheltering in coffee shops under flapping wet awnings. We purchased some breakfast supplies and scurried back to our apartment.
Ante, Diana and Maria all work and while they were out Natalia and Ivica (who is retired) enjoyed another talk-fest and poured over the family tree and photos for several ...
... kom fram till Marseille vid 17-tiden på lördagen.
Vad som nu var härligt var att vår segelklubb i Marseille hade utflykt till Frioul-ön utanför Marseille. Denna utflykt fick vi ju inte missa! Vi skaffade oss en härlig blandning av sjö-odjur "Chez Toinou" och utan Gullvika tog vi färjan till Frioul. Hade en härlig söndag med våra seglarvänner, och seglade naturligtvis tillbaka till Marseille på en av deras båtar.
Vi stannade en månad i ...
... on), open my mouth and sing: "Take my hand..."
"...take my whole..."
"...falling in love..."
The two halves of Krka Lake reach under the Skradinski Most ("most" = Croatian word for bridge), sliding ...