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Travel Blogs from Punat
... and miss out seeing the Krk
Cathedral, so I toked here there to. Last but not least, we went to see Punats Franciscan
monastery on a small island in the centre of the inlet.
sailing around Krk was really pleasant and fun, and I am very happy that my
friend liked it. My only regret is that I didn’t get to show her the town of
Malinska, but that’s ok, we will definitely come back to Krk again.
... Slobodan returning from the loo, he thought better of it!!!
Camping Pomer, Croatia.
We travel across the border to Croatia, The EEC's newest member. Like night and day, Camping Pomer is the complete opposite of Camping Adria. In defence of Slovenia, they have a very short coastline, in contrast, Croatia, with its Islands and Inlets, has thousands of miles. We have found a little gem, nestling next to ...
... Again, and amazing construction feat makes possible walking though this otherwise nearly inaccessible location. Miles and miles of trail has been laid in wood and stone over, through and around every feature of the park. In many places, the wooden trail is directly over babbling brooks, even small waterfalls, as it winds around each lake, over marshes, and up mountains. There must be thousands of waterfalls in ...
... our appetite for considerably. Pazin is right in the centre of Istria and we headed inland to see Pazin's abyss and its medieval castle (983) built above. Jules Verne was inspired by stories of the abyss to write his book Mathius Sandorf. Locals trade on this but claim he visited Pazin but he relied on reports from others-always some poetic licence in tourism. The caves at the end of the abyss are not open but we took the walk ...
... sage, mint. All too strong spirit base for us, despite s the medicinal qualities we were promised it would provide; in small quantities. Hum to Roc had a trail of Glagolitic sculptures, to honour this area and Roc particularly being the centre of the development of this alphabet and writing in the 15C. Glagolitic was the first Slavic language which started Croatian literature from the 13C. Not far afar up another dead road ...