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... Tried to follow the match but BBC gave up on me at one point. Anyway, how did I get here? Well obviously by train. After sweltering in the heat in Ljubljana waiting for my train; together with other backpackers that could be my children, there was an announcement that our train was delayed. How long for? God knows. They didn't tell us and it was the only announcement in English. I think as much as I could gather it was actually the only announcement about our train. ...
Lots of walking today as we searched for bug spray and long sleeves for Caleb. We eventually met up and ended up at the museum of Broken Hearts. A very interesting place that exhibits items people from across the globe have donated along with a story of a relationship that ended. It has toured to different parts of the world at this point. Interesting stories. One of the neighbors of ...
So sad to end our time in the Croatian Islands which were just magical, Al said he could have spent 2 months there, were both feeling very chilled. Back to Split for the night which is the jump off point for all boats to the islands. We hadn’t realised Split had one of the oldest Roman
ruins in Europe which was absolutely mind-blowing, amazing cathedral, tunnels and caverns under the city and a plethora of markets and funky little bars. ...
... since we lose the restaurant car 3 hours outside of Salzburg when our train splits in two. Our train left at 2:15 PM. Our car was pretty crowded so we chose a section that said Business hoping we wouldn't get thrown out. So far so good. Although we don't have to change trains, we do make a lot of stops. It's interesting that on the European trains you don't get the clackety clack of the ...
... into slav languages.
When we were walking around we saw a man with a pet piglet. We also saw a tap water feature with water coming out, but it wasn't attached to a pipe.
We walked through a park which had white tents where you could buy cake and macaroons. Tom and I got an angry birds macaroon. We ran around in the park too.
Zagreb. Population: 1.1 million
Currency: HRK Kuna.