La Rascruce Inn Garana
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 10 pm, I tried to find out about the bus but apparently no one knew about it. We had to drag all our stuff over to the nearby bus terminal and see if there was a regular bus to Podgorica. There was and we only had to wait around an hour but, of course, it was extra cost for us. But we had no other chance so we bought the tickets, had something to eat and drink and soon we were on our way to Montenegro.
... it (ie, leave Australia and travel the world solo). However i have come to realize that these things are not only arrogant but incredibly wrong in some circumstances. I have also learnt that this frame of mind shows that as an individual i have very little patience. On the flip side, I also learnt that happiness can come when you least expect it.
Having spent the last 10days sleeping outside amongst the mountains, learning more and more every day about rock ...
The ability to tell stories can be very difficult. Stories can quite often loose their meaning for those that were not directly involved. Details can be lost, scenes can often be unexplainable, expressions of the people involved are forgotten and the story itself can often become a rehearsed rendition of the memory instead of the story itself. Often it has more to do with the story teller's excitement of the events that past that transforms a story from a logical telling of an ...
... short, we started out looking for a patch of grass to pitch our tent, and ended up sleeping in the tiny Pentecostal church on the edge of town. The caretakers not only made us a roaring fire, but insisted that we cook in their cozy kitchen. Great is thy ...
... was great...our tour company has upped their game and today we didnt hear the words " 1 slice of cheese per person, please". Some people had given some constructive criticism to the boss a little while ago and he must have listened. I didnt think it was bad in the first place (yes things can always improve) but I did like what I saw today, so thank you to those who complained. We got to a town called Resita, very industrial and not ...