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Travel Blogs from Crikvenica
Peter and I were up at 7am to go for a swim before breakfast. It was lovely. There was no one else on the beach or in the water. Unlike yesterday when you couldn't move. The water was warm but refreshing and a great way to start the day. After our swim and breakfast we headed the car towards Pula, tonights destination. As we left the island we drove down to a bay to look back up at the bridge that is the only access to Krk. Its actually tow bridges with a small ...
... one lane sections. These are really pretty but its slow going. We climb up over the hills and down towards the Krka River which runs through these limestone hills, carving its way through the limestone. We park the car and enter the park to walk the circuit route up one side of the river and down the other. The water is crystal clear, with lots of fish of all sizes swimming in the nutrient rich waters. There is moss and ...
... called Sweaty Rock, or Sveti Rok as the Croatian’s call it. We were heading straight for it and into a tunnel – 18,632ft long!
And while we’re talking numbers, here’s an update on our road trip stats:
Countries visited = 9
Miles driven = 1,980 miles
Average miles per gallon = 58.0
Cost of fuel = 242 euros
Objects impacted = 2 (both in UK)
Insects killed = ...
... the first thunderclap and fairly soon after that I heard ths first raindrops on the tent, I jumped out of bed and began to put the drying rack in the front part of the tent so it would stay dry. I also put the chairs there, so we could sit dry in the morning.
The thunderstorm was off somewhere on thd mainland and bounced around in the mountains, so this time we only got a bit rain instead of hail or a downpour.
The journey from Pula was a lot more picturesque than Rijeka upon arrival as it is much more an industrial and port town than a tourist destination. Not much of an issue as it was merely a gateway to Pag Island for Hideout Festival. Unfortunately we had to wait until the morning of the boat to buy our ticket and none of us wanted the early rise to secure ourselves a ticket for the boat. We checked in at the hostel but disappointingly the ...