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... station and bought tickets for the next leg of our trip on to
I really enjoyed cooking up the fish
for tea with a garlic sauce, a la Volosko. We had a bottle of local
white which was quite respectable. Nothing like the quality of the
NZ whites we have come to appreciate at home, but good.
Croatia does seem to be in quite deep
depression with high unemployment, high GST of 25%. And a poor
exchange rate for the Kunar. ...
... and I was super full by the end, but it was all very good. We talked about a variety of things – Chinese of course, traveling, and Europe. It was a good talk. She had quite a bit of a culture shock coming here, because Croatian people are in general very friendly and loud and drink vodka and celebrate and such, while Chinese people tend to me a bit more on the reserved side. Xiaojie says it has helped her be a little bit more free and open and ...
... cellular service. You can certainly do this by using it along with your wireless LAN. For older variants of iPhone like 1G/2G, things you have to have is first SIM card for technical support. Instead, why not make a pleasant surprise present for somebody that has been waiting to get an iPod Touch. It might be that you've now brand-new 32GB I pod touch. You might have been listening to your favourite music, installing programs, and using its trendy features. ...
... The Croatian’s are very habitual and very social so on a Saturday morning it appeared every soul in the city had descended on this area for gatherings and to do their weekly fruit and vegetable shop at the massive and packed Dolmac Market. Rox and I slowly worked out way through the crowds smiling at how immersed we were in the local way of life listening to the laughing, talking and arguing occurring throughout this festive area. We navigated ...
... apples! I have never seen hail this size before and after living in tropical North Queensland for so long, hail has become quite a novelty. It was very exciting and Nathan was laughing quite evil-like as the hail began to bounce off our windshield like bullets off a tank (everything is given an army reference lately). We didn't get hit by any apple sized chuncks of ice, but we saw a few large ones on the side of the road. Not long after the storm had subsided, our van broke ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel International Zagreb
The Hotel is in a good location, at a 15 minutes walking distance from the Old City, has a good restaurant and is near another ones. The rooms have enough space. As I was with two colleagues, they gave us a two bedrooms apartment which was wonderful. I would definitively recommend it.
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