Hotel Korana Srakovcic
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... Garmin had taken them on the old road. The old road had been all but abandoned, left to the sheep and wild things. It also passed through areas that still bore the scars of the 1990's war, including a minefield at the side of the road. Eventually the car pulled in beside me and by comparing routes we could see what happened. Moral is if you travelling in Bosnia and using a Garmin Sat Nav don't trust the maps. This was not the only error we ...
... 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. ...
April 26, 2014 We got to ride a train for most of the day today. Steve bought first-class train tickets (since that's all they had available--NOT!) and we rode in style for a couple of hours before switching trains. The scenery was out of this world beautiful as we rode through the countryside of the Alps. We had simply gorgeous views at every turn. I finally gave up ...
... and did our laundry and took a shower. Feeling nice and refreshed, we crawled into bed and got a good nights sleep! The next morning we got an early start and whipped up some delicious breakfast (hash browns and toast) and then made our way to a little self guided tour of Zagreb. Whenever we visit a new city, a free walking tour is usually right at the top of our list! However in Zagreb, the free walking tours we are so keen on are actually not legal! We grabbed a map and ...
... I started to realise what was going on and jumped on the bandwagon. Dougie was harmless and we had a jolly good time at Emily’s expense. Although, she certainly wasn’t enjoying any of it! We may have even slipped an “Emily loves Dougie” note to him, which I think he was too drunk to make any sense of! It was three hours of nonstop laughter – primarily laughing at the Kenyan guys and at Emily’s misery. Suddenly, a couple of drunk ...