Ljeciliste Veli Losinj
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... rocks and freezing water to go swimming! So relaxing. The other thing Pag Island is famous for is PARTYING. We happened to arrive one week after the on season had finished. Somehow, though, we still managed to have a pretty massive night. Cocktails go for about 200 kuna here which translates to about $7 ...
... of Pag is barren of trees as about 1,000 years ago it was stripped of the trees for other purposes and today it is only rocks with minuscule vegetation visible.
We stopped at the Sirani Gligari Cheese Factory in Kolan, where they make the famous Paski Sir cheese. The factory wasn't open for tours but we were able to do a tasting. They have a range of sheep and cow cheeses and a combination ...
... we got ready and
headed down to the beach.
It was again a very warm day so when we got there we got
straight in to the water. Again the water was nice and clear and while it was
rocky at the edge, it became sandy as you got further out. The beach stayed
shallow for a reasonable distance into the water and the water was a great
temperature. We sat on the sand for a bit and Steve went back to the beach
stalls to get ...
... br> 2km. The caves were absolutely huge – no bats thankfully! We saw a variety of
stalagmites and stalactites, including spaghetti and red. As we wandered
through the cave we had a guide that spoke about certain parts of the cave. It
was very interesting. There was also one large stalagmite that was almost pure
After the coming out of the cave we had lunch in their
restaurant, before back on the bus heading toward the boarder. We ...
... how of it all. I located the correct counter and asked for a ticket to Jasenovak. What I got in return was a cold Balkan stare as if to say "Why do you want to go there?" A few people boarded the train with me, and we headed east for the Bosnian-Croatian border where Jasenovac is located along the Sava River. The train ride was pleasant, and I was able to catch up on some reading and blogging. By the time we reached the train stop in Jasenovac, it was 2:00, and ...