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... up to get in. The park gets 1.5 million visitors each year, mostly in summer, so our host was 100% correct. We set off for Sveti Filipi where we were staying in an apartment owned by the father of a colleague of Ken’s. Tony is a lovely guy and while we were chatting it came up that he had spent 10 years working in Yass and knew my grandfather very well. The world is getting smaller!!! Very crazy indeed. This little ...
... our tour guide's map reading skills were questionable as we ended up in an outdoor cinema. She also didn't order the right weather as rain caught us again. Big storm during which we hid in a shed, surrounding by Italians proudly singing their national tunes as loudly as possible. We did reach the funicular and had a peaceful ride down, for the equivalent to 50 cent, with 3 children screaming a word in a language we couldn't understand ...
... looks could kill they would be dead by now. Nothing to do with me... The people at the table next to me must have thought I am a complete loon. They keep looking at me taking notes! A penny for their thought. My dinner of 2 glasses of wine and the above mentioned food came to a whopping £8 including tip. I would keep Zagreb in mind for a student trip. Not just because of the prices of course but also because as it turns out it is a very accessible city. Today: all day/28*C ...
... with whipped cream from the grocery store. This is a favorite of thetwinsontour while in Europe because it is super delicious, budget friendly, and good when you are too tired to look for anything else, provided you can find an open grocery store. No need to worry about silverware; we pack our own. We like to be prepared for every eventuality.
That is it for thetwinsontour's first full day in Croatia. It was a good day.
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... candles by the Blessed Mother display as there were so many candles. Then ventured out on the most sunny day I have seen in a while. I traveled up the road to another church that had a beautiful depiction of a grotto. Then was trying to find a wonderful steeple you can see on the map and from the ground. Walked through the streets that are lined with cafes and shops (very intimate). Found the farmers market and the fish market, but no church - it was ...