Travel Blogs from Vis
... reception was coooooool. We had a pretty good sleep. Paul woke me up at 730 am however to get going. I really needed more sleep then that so I stayed in bed another hour. We really needed some clothes washed so we were going to do it at the hostel and then go and get some food and supplies for another ride ahead before we left. So we approached the counter at reception to enquire about washing and to check out. She said they would do it for us so we asked how long. She said ...
... at home opening the window and sparking up a cigarette - they don't enforce the ban here very strongly it seems. The route to Zagreb is very rural and follows a wide and fast flowing river with mountains rising up away to the north. When we reached the border the train stopped and a stern looking border guard wearing full regalia topped with a round, french police style peaked cap, came into the compartment. The old man produces ...
... or at least see what's available. Perhaps visit a museum or two. I'm not in a big hurry since the weather isn't nice and I'm not too keen on taking the train to my day trips such as to Varazdin, Tabor or Samobor. I might consider a concert for later tonight.
Have a good day, Ugodan ostatak dana!
... the "ATFP" hairs on the back of my neck stood up a little. The platform was off the side from the other platforms, not well-lit(nor was the inside of the train). The train had a few somewhat imposing stenciled insignias printed n the sides that looked like something the bad guys in an Indiana Jones movie would sport. I was there a little early and only about 2 or 3 other Slavic men were standing in the dark shadows of the platform. If my good buddy and movie ...
... m really sorry that we're not able to take you, but things became complicated."
"I understand. Where is Michel?"
"In Germany at the moment and I don't know when he's coming back."
"Cool. Well, thank you very much - and please give him my best, too. I hope things turn out."
"Me too, we still have so many buffalo to take care of. If you want you can always email us later if we start our farm again - until then I can direct you to some ...