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The island of Pag is one of the more unusual islands on the Croatian coast, being very dry and mainly barren, but providing a very vibrant atmosphere and some of the best beaches. The island itself is very narrow and long, and it is most famous for its Pag Cheese and delicious lamb, which is naturally flavoured with the salty grass the sheep feed on.
For anyone wanting to visit a ...
... is their own language. Surely I don't look like a Croatian, Italian or French woman? Another thing that I've noticed is that when you order something in a cafe you will ALWAYS get the bill with the item. You never have to ask for it. This includes buying a piece of fruit or a bottle of water...they won't let you leave without giving you the receipt.
Zadar is the next big touristy town of Croatia. It has so much going for it, but ...
... day, and my hangover, passed without event. It's nice to have what I consider "a day off" from travelling and sight seeing. Everyone laughs when I say, "I am so knackered" - "Knackered?! You're on bloody holiday, how can you be knackered?!". You know that feeling when you get back from a week-long holiday and feel so tired, even though you've been relaxing the whole time? Imagine that times by however long I've been away for. Trust me, travelling is tiring lark. NOT THAT ...
... 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 ...