Villa Marija Novalja
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This morning we left Croatia, said a brief hello to Bosnia before saying hello again to a favourite country of ours Croatia (Dubrovnik is isolated from the rest of Croatia by a finger of Bosnian land to prevent them from being land locked) We stopped for lunch in the biggest city on the Adriatic coastline, Split. I had never heard of it but it's nice enough. We had a lovely lunch but the ...
... and seeing how they live. It has given me an appreciation for how lucky people are in Canada when it comes to the economy and job opportunities for young people. Also, Canada has bigger selections of beer hehe. As much as I love seeing Europe and discovering my ancestry, Canada will always be my home and I am excited to get back to my friends and boyfriend and enjoy some Canadian summer. Miss you ...
... a paradise for our family to escape to in the summer, or year round for that matter. They have treated me so very well and if it weren't for them, I wouldn't be having such a glamorous vacation lol. I also did some more tanning and beaching in the last couple days. What is better than the beach, a beer, and your bikini all combined? Nothing if you ask me! Home in 9 days. Thanks for reading people! I appreciate your time and hope you find my stories somewhat ...
... the waves in a room under the quay control the movements and changes in colors of the lighting, so it's very organic and unpredictable. And everyone's having fun like kids. :)
The day after the trip to the island I finally went to Plitvice. Coming back I met up with the little gang of the hostel, and we had a great evening at a restaurant (rare event when I travel solo) and fooling around near the water!
Actually, I really liked Zadar. :)
... that silly thought out of my brain. We burnt 825 calories from the 23K bike ride! With that many calories burnt it was time for our celebrator pint or two!
The rain started to pour that evening so we grab some Sangria ingredients (we love Sangria) and spent the late afternoon chilling out in our room watching Jamie Oliver's cooking show and a variety of other shows until dinner time. We hit the sack right after dinner because the next morning was the main event. Walking the ...