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... motor-bikers we saw in Tczew, on the bike with the instructor following.
We turned off onto the Peljesac Peninsular. The first campsite was on the most beautiful bay with an almost sandy beach. In addition the ferry to Miljet Island left from there. The actual campsite however was nothing special.
Dave and Brutus bravely volunteered to go off and do a recce. ...
... 9 hour bus ride to Kotor, Montenegro from Mostar Bosnia via Dubrovnik, no bus change required. This one way ride costs 139 marks for 2. We had read some blogs last night discussing travel nightmares from Mostar to Kotov, requiring bus transfers and taxis. For us, this is a direct, scenic trip. There is a nice 23 year old Australian young man named Josh Appelboom riding the bus with us. His accent is cool. He's toured 15 countries in 3 months, and returns to Australia in 2 weeks. We ...
... has a relaxed and cozy atmosphere where all of her gas feel extremely comfortable. This hostel enables its guests to make friends very easily and this is what we spent a large part of our time doing here.
Each morning, Majdas prepares a traditional Bosnian breakfast for all of the hostel's guests. Every evening at 5 pm she serves traditional Bosnian coffee. On our first evening we were taught the traditional way to ...
... and even though we couldn’t fix her machine she still gave us a few beers in return. She was a Czech girl who ran AK47 shooting tours out of Prague...quite an eventful job I’d say!!
We wandered off into the town of Zadar, we didn’t get to the centre of the town as it was sweltering hot and not a good time to walk. Ger jumped into the sea, whilst Mick made another essential purchase for the trip...water pistols!! Poor George got an ...
... walk from the main ocean front boardwalk. We had a 4 bed dorm with a TV and computer in it for ourselves which was a nice touch. Unfortunately, because of the low season and the weather, ferries weren't running very often between Split and Hvar (a popular island in the summer months). We had heard nothing but good things about it and wanted to see it but it just wasn't worth the time or money in the wet winter months. Terrea was very disappointed, as Hvar was a main ...