Travel Blogs from Rabac
... br> We were told to order “Red Red Wine” in the bar, which we only gave a score of “One in Ten”, and to top it off they had “A Rat in the Kitchen”. But it turned out the bar was owned by the drummer of the band UB40 – so that explained everything!
So another 193 miles further away from home and another new place to explore. Cheap and sunny, we are really enjoying Croatia.
After a very good night’s sleep under our mozzie net and a lazy breakfast on our sunny terrace overlooking the bay, we headed down to the local market to buy some fresh food for dinner. What a fantastic market they have in Rovinj – bundles of fresh fruit, vegetables and salad, fresh fish and meat. And so cheap too – our shopping cost no more than £5.50! ...
... slipping over we had a drink in the harbour overlooking the old town as the moon turned bright red and a group of salsa dancers were entertaining passers by just for fun. A very captivating and romantic place and to top it off, super cheap!
So after some beer and wine we were all set for a good night’s sleep, all we had to do was go back and barricade our bed again with the mozzie net and that all faithful balancing trainer!
We have been busy floating abroad over the last week or so with little amounts of internet to update with photos.
Anyone who has one of us on Facebook has been kept quite up to date with a few daily photos also!
Thank you for viewing our photos,we will try get more internet to update you all more frequently!
Love, The Smiths xx
... treeless. The reason is the salty strong winds along the northeast coast called Bora. On the west side it is quite the opposite. Lush green land with a lot of Oleaders, Lavender and Thyme. There are many nice small and old cities and a coast full of beautiful bays where you can swim.
Like I said, we started at Baska on the other end of the island. It is a small cute city with a 1,8 km long beach. My it was busy. ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking