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... 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 ...
... with the intent of creating an independent Croatia. The first king of Yugoslavia, Alexander I, a Serb, was assassinated by the Ustashe in 1934. When Hitler and his Wehrmacht invaded Yugoslavia in 1941, the Ustashe took control as a puppet state, and the Independent State of Croata was fabricated. Like the Nazis, the Ustashe pursued policies to eliminate "undesirable" elements of society. Orthodox Serbs living in Croatia took the full brunt of these ...
Today, my sixtieth birthday, while driving the beautiful Adriatic Highway I received lots of birthday messages from family and friends. How fantastic.
We drove from Krk to Bibinje, near Zadar some 260km. Unusually we drove on the motorway as we had driven the other roads in recent days. A few days ago we were in Nin, a beautiful coastal town just out of Zadar, when we learnt that some good friend were ...
... and I even saw two mountain goats scaling the side of a mountain. After setting up on the beach, I took a little hike in bare feet and a bathing suit (yes... I am stupid) along the shore and there were so many cool rock formations. I wasn't able to take my phone for fear of it falling into the sea but I got a few pics at the start before I set off. During the day, an ice cream boat came to the ...
Getting up early we hit the road hard as it is a fairly long drive to Pag and we wanted to get there and lay on the beach and go for a swim as it was around 30C. We opted for the slower, winding road that snaked not-so-gracefully along the coastal cliffs daring you to look down. I did offer to drive as every so often you would see Rusher glance over and place one hand firmly on the door handle and look straight ahead. At one such exit, we went over a bridge that extended on spindly ...