Ljerka

Address: Pag,Kroatien Dudici 161 Lun, Pag, Island of Pag, Croatia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Pag,Kroatien Dudici 161 Lun, Pag.
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Travel Blogs from Pag

Zadar

A travel blog entry by ritajane53 on Jul 05, 2015

2 comments, 12 photos

... og fikk med oss alle innsjøene langs ruta. . Innsjøene var så klare som et nyvasket akvarie hvor vi kunne se alle fiskene som svømte rundt. En superflott dag. Anbefales på der sterkeste, men om sommeren bør man unngå helgene. Vi var der i 6 timer, og det bør settes av en hel dag. Derfra dro vi hit til Zadar og kom hit seint i går kveld. Har bare så vidt sett litt ...

Jasenovak

A travel blog entry by kylendawson on Jul 03, 2015

5 photos

... groups only issued denials. What troubled me was the Croats' evident need to hide behind them, as if a simple apology without qualifiers might delegitimate them as a nation." No one is innocent in the Balkans. Every group has blood on their hands. On the train ride back, I tried to sleep but kept thinking about what I'd seen and heard. How powerful apologies can be--both national and personal. But how pride-swallowing hard they are. When I got back to ...

Turning 60 in Croatia

A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Jul 02, 2015

6 photos

... a small camp right on the beach at Bibinje, we parked the camper, plugged in the electricity and walked 30 metres into the Adriaric Sea!!!!! Water temp was 23deg C. Nice.

Champagne with nice dinner on the beach camp, fantastic. I shall remember this day.

Gayle reminded me that we have been together for half of my age. So all in all...

Thank you all for making it a fun day.


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Thunder storms and scooters

A travel blog entry by angrygaza on Jul 29, 2014

7 photos

... bucketing down) and the thunder was so loud you had to shout a little haha!! We had a good spot right on the marina front watching all the lightening at sea. Afterwards the rain again subsided and we decided to get it in early and hire a scooter and have a look round. It's only 120 kuna for 4 hours which is about $24 Aussie! Pretty cheap huh. But of course just as we take off, the rain is back and we are getting soaked haha, ...

The other side of the Moon

A travel blog entry by aeriol on Aug 18, 2013

... of rock walls. Everywhere. How odd! Why? What could they be for? I must have taken 50 pictures trying to get a good shot to show these odd walls that didn’t appear to be decrepit from years long gone.

Pag is a lovely sea side village with the smallest rock pebbles we have seen on the beaches yet. Horary- almost a real beach.

Our villa was literally right on the beach with its own private beach and restaurant/bar. We dumped our stuff and ran for the ...