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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... What we gave was a cheap thrill to those walking past our tent. What 'we' won was the Ashes.
Woke up, without having really slept, moved. Took advantage of an early leaver and we now have the best spot on the campsite. SHADE!!! Yes Helga, shade. Always pitch your tent in the shade...when possible. Ain't gonna make that much difference when the temperature is equivalent to a Roooooooooooot innings (sorry, lost you again) but we can but try. At least the day is ...
... will still get finished tonight.
Our second reward for staying another night was a little more bizarre. A young couple had turned up on bikes with no tent, prepared to sleep outside in the open. That isn't even the bizarre bit. They had sat happily chatting to each other, the campsite keeping itself to itself as any good campsite should. But shortly before home time for camp manager (9pm) an atrocious man turned up in a taxi (who comes to ...
... was a bean corn soup, salad, truffle/garlic noodles, meat with gnocchi, and dessert was peaches in red wine sauce. Everyone raved about the truffle/garlic noodles. We were seated at the end of the table with Vlaho, Ivanna and the bus driver. We talked with Vlaho about music and various music artists in the jazz field and others. Had discussion about a cappella and how it is sung differently in Croatia. Back on the bus, we did a picture stop for a postcard picture ...
... it was included, so we ate. We had vegetable soup, risoto with mushroom, trout w/potato & spinach, and I had a coconut cake for dessert. The others had a chocolate dessert. We ate with Pong and Vlaho and discussed Taiwan (thee was another tour group in the restaurant from Taiwan), TV, movies, Star Trek and other items of interest, like if Pong has dual citizenship (she does). Back on the bus through the mountainous countryside. No lecture so we could rest and ...
... underground bunker from World War I. This is where they housed the ammunition and where they sheltered the people during bombings. Kinda cool. Did a little shopping and then home for cocktails and quality time! We are heading back a day early to Germany tomorrow because a couple people are missing their fur ...