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... We'd get into Zadar at 5:20 instead of 1:30.
But in the meantime, our AirBnB hostess Ana and I had been emailing back and forth. We went to a coffee shop for wifi. She just so happened to be in Rijeka, her hometown, to visit her family and was driving back at noon. She offered us a ride for free, and that would get us in at about 3:30. We knew we missed that bus for a reason.
On the ride there, she filled us in on things ...
... for them during rent period.While booking with big agencies can also be big hit or miss, big agencies often offer different methods off rate payment, insurances and advanced cancelation policies since they can easily push around apartment owners with sheer amount of business they provide. In most cases they offer same price as going directly with the owner, while some of them have up to 40% higher prices. But, ...
... a 85 litre board and about 45 minutes of swimming got me back to the spit, about half a mile down from where I launched. It was nice to have a welcome party waiting for me on the beach - Lib and Phoebe had been keeping an eye out with the binoculars and had been a bit worried when I disappeared from view. Always good to have a little adventure and Phoebe loved staying up late and looking through the binos - even if she usually looked through the wrong ...
... we paid a visit to the "Museum of Broken Relationships", having heard some interesting stories from other travellers. Curious to hear more about the concept, we asked the receptionist about the origins of the museum, and she explained that it began as a "travelling exhibition" which visited different cities, collected different objects from people's past relationships, and placed them on display in Zagreb with an extract or statement from the heartbroken ...
Yesterday we left Zadar and drove up the coast to Pag. The coast line turned really rugged and the land was barren, it looked totally deserted. The weather changed from a nice 31 degrees when we were in the National Park to a cool 14degrees yesterday with gale force winds. What happened to our summer? Maybe it is over for us, I hope not. With there not a lot to do in Pag when the weather is so bad, we drove up the coast about 20kms to a town called Novalja. This was a little beach ...