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... day trip to Pula. We wove through windy roads amidst olive fields and grapevines. Istria is the name of this region and its known for both its wine and olive oil.
The day was sunny and warm in early December and we got some great photos of the amphitheater. There's a $8 charge to get in, but you actually get better views from walking around outside. The views are unobstructed, so we ...
... Istrian wine, Malvazija. Before this,our hosts waited for us in the rain outside of the apt. We checked in and found a newly remodeled apartment on the main pedestrian street. We love it! There's not much to do here except explore narrow passageways, watch the boats, and enjoy the sun and seafood.
Yesterday, we went to Pula for a day trip. I made a different blog post for that. Pula ...
... drive too fast, in my opinion, turning me into a nervous wreck after a couple of days.
Istria's interior is most famous for its hilltop villages. We visited Buzet, Motovun, Oprtalj, and Grasisce. Some had too many tourists, most of the churches weren't open, some had buildings that had been renovated "inappropriately." The best of the hilltop villages may have been Groznjan, something of ...
A bit cooler and rainy this morning. Our last full day in this lovely town. We checked out the fishing fleet again when it arrived - mainly sardines and a few octopus. The guys work so hard taking the fish from huge vats and putting them in boxes, filling the boxes with ice and loading them into trucks. Apparently the fish are all trucked off to Italy for sale as Croatia only has a population of 4.1 million and Italy has 67 ...
... I wanted to walk up to the impressive Church on the hill and have a look, but I was worn out by that point and just didn’t have the energy, so I slowly made my way back to the meeting point. While I was wandering around, I was observing the people. My impression was that some were locals just out with their families (and dog in some cases) and some were tourists and many of those fit the same demographic as me – middle aged and ...