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... weaving things, old fashioned workshops and even went on a quick cruise. Firstly, we met mum's cousin Suzana, who took us out for the day to see Krka national park. At the park, we walked around for about an hour, and saw a woman weaving some rugs or bags. (I walked in after she explained what the name for the equipment is so I don't actually know but my sister does, so I'll probably just ask her). She explained to us how if you are making ...
... Supermarket just off the People's Square - Trg Narodni). We looked for and found the Synagogue - alas, closed to us, but it is there. We got back to the Marmontova at five, our driver was there and he took us to the airport - quite a distance away. Nice flight back to Zagreb - with some incredible strange sunsetty sights above the clouds - which I could not photograph... Aleksandra and Vlado ...
... a popular past time as we passed by the average park/playground.
Day 1. We ferried across to the closest island, crossed to the opposite side and had the entire white pebbled beach to ourselves. Deciding bathers were unnecessary we did a nude streak down to the water, obviously this was a precaution taken to scare off any sharks... Coz we figured they would have been totally grossed out! Had the best Mediterranean picnic under a hot sun and missed the bus back to ...
... incorporated with vegetation. The only thing I can partially compare it to is those moving paintings you see in Chinese restaurants that make water appear to be flowing over multiple waterfalls. We worked our way up the valley and took a boat from the P3 station on Jezero Kozjak lake to the P2 station where we walked around Gradinsko lake. This was by far the best bang for your buck. Clear water with a crazy light blue hue from all the calcium carbonate made ...
... the train, but we were travel-tired and ready to get home. Our plan was to get off the bus and go straight home to unpack and regroup from our three week trip.
The thing about living in a small village is that you can't just blend in and become invisible even in the tourist season. People know who you are and notice what you are doing. That is why ...
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