Travel Blogs from Nerezine
... Italy. It is especially a
great sailing location to visit and explore while being on a cruise. With the
main land, Krk is connected via two-arch concrete bridge, which we passed by on
our way to the main harbor.
main harbor is in the town of Krk, and it provides a very well protected
shelter from wind and other climate changes. While entering the harbor, a very
strong wind was blowing so Manuela got a ...
... for a spot of lunch. Istrian sausages and local fish and chips, washed down by a rather decent glass of red. Perfect.
Pula turned out to be a real gem. We only picked it as a place to stay because it served to break the journey to Zadar. We had no idea it would prove to be so interesting.Maybe we should take some more left turns. We may discover other nuggets of gold on our journey.
... after a bit more grumbling about eastern European hospitality (or lack thereof), we were soon on our way out of Slovenia and into Croatia (we actually got two more stamps in our passports - one for exiting Slovenia, one for entry to Croatia). Not much to say about the rest of the drive. Flat featureless countryside. Non-descript towns. Even Pula doesn't show much to be excited about. Our hotel is 3 or 4 kms the other side of town. When we got there we ...
We walked to the other hotels within the complex and had a nice coffee in one of the cafes. Slightly damp, we headed back. Such a shame it was raining as there would be so many spots to sit and relax etc.
Well the hotel was Fab, what about the hairdryer??
Hairdryer Score - 2/10. Looked nice but when i picked it up, hardly any air was flowing. Time to get out my new travel one i think!!
... to sea at her. Very funny, and we all hope she had a great birthday :-) After much partying, swimming, catching up and sleeping the festival had come to an end which meant it was time for Simon and I to do our share of the volunteering :-). We didn't know what to expect really there were so many different types of jobs. We were allocated 'site crew' which involved the take down of the festival scenery, artworks, signs etc. It was as if someone ...