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Travel Blogs from Silo
... this being her first
time on a sail boat, but since I have done this a couple of times now,
everything went smoothly.
Town is a great place to start your tour of the island. We took a tour of the Venetian
castle, where we enjoyed concerts and theatrical events of the Krk Festival.
Afterwards, we went to Vrbnik for some delicious white wine, and some great
food to compliment the wine. You cannot come ...
... The site closes on September 29th and we have a choice of numerous places adjacent to the shingle beach. I can wake up in the morning and jump in the Med, marvellous.
On Cetvrtak morning, we drove to a nature reserve on the Kamenjak Peninsula. We walked for hours negotiating a trail around secluded coves. Rumour had it that there was a bar-restaurant that served good food. Could we find it!! Muskarac was getting quite ...
... the last decade has become a big stop for tourists again.
We stayed the night in a hotel a few miles away from the park, and had dinner at the nearby restaurant that we could walk to. After a late breakfast, I am writing this on the road as Becky drives to Trogir. This is a small Dalmatian town preserved from its Venetian Empire days, and we plan to walk the town this afternoon and eat along the town ...
... treat for Michael at the end was driving back through Gracisce, just a short drive out of Pazin. Tiny village which is just working on restoring its Venetian Gothic style buildings. It currently is a mix of very new looking restorations and the absolute opposite. Michael enjoyed the town but the real treat was fig trees with the delicious green skinned variety. He was having fig picking withdrawals since southern Dalmatia so all is well ...
... sage, mint. All too strong spirit base for us, despite s the medicinal qualities we were promised it would provide; in small quantities. Hum to Roc had a trail of Glagolitic sculptures, to honour this area and Roc particularly being the centre of the development of this alphabet and writing in the 15C. Glagolitic was the first Slavic language which started Croatian literature from the 13C. Not far afar up another dead road ...