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The cool thing about arriving in a new place at night is that when you wake up you get to see it in a whole new light. This Mediterranean fishing port on the Istrian coast is even more charming by day. After a much needed leisurely start to the day we wandered down the polished cobbled stone streets in search of bikes. For 50 kuna (about 10 New Zealand dollars) each you can hire a bike for 5 hours. So that's what we did. The Istrian peninsula ...
Burano one of Venice's many islands is like Venice but a lot smaller and way more colourful. It reminded me a bit of La Boca in Buenos Aires. Brightly coloured buildings line the canals and although busy with tourists at this time of year, a lot quieter and it has a sense of calm about it. It is very charming. A few vapouretto rides, lunch and fighting our way through the crowds with our backpacks later we arrived at San Basilio - ...
... word of warning...Those kind of beach rentals become available on July first (please note the date of this blog post.)
We first find a beach next to a campground and wander in thinking we might at least find shade. We sit on the grass for awhile, leaning against a wall but it doesn't feel right so we get up and start walking. We do eventually wander to a beach with a bar and settle in for awhile but it isn't quite what we had ...
... of course, did not rain during dinner, so the boys were still lobbying to play mini-golf (the bouncy houses were shut-down), so Laura and I braved a quick round while the rain started, eventually getting hard enough that we stopped keeping score and just ran through the last several holes. At least it made the boys happy, since they were grouchy about limited sand and missing out on the bouncy houses.
It rained most of the night.
As long as we have a car, let's take a drive up the coast. Heading to Porec to admire mosaics in a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
I first admire the polished stones of the shopping area of the old city. These must be a recent upgrade because they are mostly even and easy to walk on.
The first mosaics I notice are glimmering golden above a door in the 6th Century Euphrasian Basilica. We buy our passage and enter. There are columns that have ...