Travel Blogs from Stari Grad
... produce. We had an awesome wine tasting and sampled their cheese, olives, sausage and bread. Wandering the farm we saw the baby animals and enjoyed the sunset over the fields. Later that night we joined our Sika gang for dinner at a Pizzeria in Stari Grad. Bernard was wrapped with his cevapi platter and my seafood pizza was delicious even though I did have to de-shell every item on ...
... we finally find a very basic and expensive apartment in Stari Grad. Here we can stay only 2 nights. Who cares as long as we have a bed.
Wednesday we call an agent who will show us one of the properties. In the meant time we make our own way around looking at a derelict hotel 1.3 million euros and a ruin of an old bakery 150,000. Both over looking the water but not quite right. We get a text from Tatijana the agent to meet her in at the cross ...
... and get on the turps.
We spent two days and nights in the bay and then went into Stari Grad and tied up to the wharf which here in Croatia means stern in with a bow line and two aft lines out. You then have a plank to cross from the aft end to the wharf. Being the first time with this boat I was a little apprehensive of how this boat wold handle steering in reverse. Some do some don't and I was relieved to find this one was a marvel ...
... network is better...
8.) But the price of Croatia is better
9.) Croatian Pastries and bread surpass Italian pastries and bread
Your Tan Adventurers
Katherine and Zack
p.s. Answers are below! Cheaters never prosper...
1.) K & Z
My husband says he has a tin ear and a leather tongue and I am afraid, I am not much better. As my brain and ear have aged, my ability to discern and remember foreign words is getting harder. It's amazing that I can remember French phrases that I learnt in high school or bits of Greek and Italian that I picked up on my earlier travels but I can't remember how to say good morning in Croatian ...