Address: Nin,Kroatien, Nin, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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Clear blue water

A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Aug 09, 2015


... tempers beginning to fray with the heat. Found a cashpoint, found a couple more campsites that were wholly unacceptable. And then we chanced upon the beautiful place I'm now writing from. It's more expensive but we have the shade of the trees - and the warmest European sea I've jumped into. It's the same sea as we had for the last two days but where that was cold and calm, this is warm and choppy. Big waves churn you ...

Orgasmic ending, Hvala Hrvatska (Thank You Croatia

A travel blog entry by aalok.khurana on Jul 28, 2015

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... for lack of good winds. We bid our co-students and the trainers goodbyes and took a groupfie, waddled in the shallow waters before heading out for our last adventure for the vacation. Skydiving!!!

Grego was suppose to meet us at the sea organ at 7pm but was running late and finally turned up at around 7:40pm. My first concern was would be able to jump while there is still sunshine as the sun would set in an hour's time. He assured us that we would get the best skydive that ...

Chasing the sun!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Oct 03, 2013

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... zone.....yes, I kid you not! (source: NZ government travel advisory).

We crossed the border into Slovenia leaving Austria behind and with it, the benefits of our GPS, which for some reason, does not have either Slovenia or Croatia as an option. Out came the map books as we reverted back to the old way of navigation! The part of Slovenia that sits between Austria and Croatia is only about 60 km, but we still had to buy ...

87 What's in a name

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Jul 16, 2013

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... Germany is called Duitsland by the Dutch, Deutschland by the Germans and Almanya by the Turks. All these names are close to the original names, but take Hungary for example- the locals know their own country as Magyar. I am now in Croatia or Kroatia but this country is really called Hvatska. Why am I telling you this?

I was sharing my room with a 23 year old agricultural student from Zagreb last night. He was here for a few days to ...

A lovely day for singing

A travel blog entry by joytotheworld on May 20, 2013

... ones I had with me, i just bought 20 stamps total. Holly and Jess did likewise. We put the postcards in and then met with the group to go see a small church, a statue of Gregory of Nin, and a small museum. we realized at the cathedral that we had not asked for international stamps, and had put around 20 postcards between the 3 of us in the mail with too little postage. We ended up sprinting across town to the post office to attempt some sort ...

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