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... as would do them in her homes machine how kind. Christine had laid out our laundry bag and a sack full of soap. When Jenny came to pick them up her famous line was born. Christine asks is she wants her to come over and do the laundry - no. There are underwear and stuff - so what. Jenny then sees the little bag of laundry soap Christine laid out for her - Christine explains that it's soap ...
... br> Following morning was our second driving attempt in Europe, but this time I’d been sensible and got a GPS! Next stop was Plitivice Lakes which a 4 hour drive through the hills and our first trip in Croatia inland. We found our little country cottage in the tiny village of Poljanak after a bit of confusion as 3 houses all owned by relatives of the same family were Number 3! We were welcomed by all the friendly local puppies and given ...
... seems it takes an
inordinately long time to come through, and we had trouble operating
the stove. It is an induction cooktop with an “intuitive” fancy
controller that had me scratching my head. Just as well our hosts
had left the manuals in the cupboard so I was able, as a very last
resort , to read the manual and work it out. It seems that you don,t
just tap the buttons, you have to hold them down for ...
... decided yes to a beer and made my way to the closest airport restaurant, which was extremely crowded. I was scoping out the bar when a guy asked if I was waiting for a seat. He said the bar wait was about 10 minutes, but there was a booth open, provided two people sat in it. So we introduced ourselves, added one more single bar-waiting fellow and headed to the booth. My new friends and I had a good chat, a good beer, and ...
Varazdin - 11 degrees, rain
Zagreb - 12 degrees, overcast
Dodgy day again in Varazdin as I grab the car and head into the old town for a walk and then pick up some bread and croissants at the bakery which has become my favourite. The lady there speaks english well and has a nephew in Australia. "Perhaps you know him" she says once again indicating that many here must feel there are very few people in Australia. Nadica still thinks I am mad.