Hotel Korana Srakovcic
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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 ...
... in a very sharp
difference in price between locally produced goods and imported
goods, even from adjoining EU countries. For example in the
supermarket, local coffee is 15 to 20 kunar a pkt whereas decent
Italian coffee is 80.
In Austria one would buy Italian or
French red wine rather than the lesser quality Austrian red but here,
there is very little imported wine and it is prohibitively expensive
compared with the local product.
... to take pictures since non of them were turning out due to the speed of the train, but I have pictures in my mind:) We switched to a less fancy train to take us to Zagreb, then switched to a hot stuffy bus for about 20 minutes, and then got on yet another train where we met such a nice guy named Dvorak. He works all over Europe during the week driving truck, ...
... 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 ...
... joined us and had some form of argument with the Kenyan guys and we could see that the situation was going to escalate into a potential fight. It was a good cue for us to get out, and a good thing we did because just as we walked out, Dougie got slammed to the ground. We didn’t stick around to watch the rest unfold. We weren’t quite sure what to make of the last few hours, lucky I guess that we didn’t get caught up in any mess. However, we still had ...