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... They have heaps more exhibits than they put on display, so it does seem to have touched a nerve with people...and has stories from around the world. One of my favourites has an image of a 'Linksys' router with the text: 'We tried. Not compatible' Pete is back at 8.30pm in one piece, which is pretty good going! Out for a wine at the local bar, and then some pate and wine back in our ...
... owner Jenny (maybe she works for him) has made quite the impression on us. She is a native Zagreb woman who is white with blonde hair. She is a practicing Muslim with an ex husband in Norway and her son is there too to rid himself of some demons. We had asked about a place to do laundry and Slobodan said that Jenny would come and get our clothes. We saw her in the street and set a time - ...
... it out. There was a very nice nun who gave me pamphlets in English and encouraged me to look at the displays, but apologized that all the writing was in Croatian. The exhibit was about a former archbishop that has been announced as Blessed and awaiting canonization (need the miracles). It was yet another connection in a person being persecuted by the post Nazi government and standing up for his faith and the people he served. His name was Alojzije ...
... turned out to be a great find as the food was outstanding. We rolled out the front door satisfied.
The Croats that we have met with so far have been very friendly. It is a different place to where we have been, with a stronger blue-collar vibe. They come across as being hardworking, easy-going, salt-of-the-earth types of people. We’re looking forward to our time here!
Our initial plan was to head from Zagreb out to ...
... graffiti we saw on the buildings. When we finally got there, it was almost deserted except for a couple of kids hanging around, and almost completely unlit. It was a block of reclaimed former military buildings (as we learned later), covered in graffiti, and there was no music, so we got out of there as fast as we could! We were pretty creeped out. (I should say that we went back in the daytime and it was still deserted but the artwork was ...