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our destination I have chosen the island of Krk in the Adriatic Sea, Croatia,
because I have already been there few years ago and I tooth it would be
appropriate to take my friend there and show here all the beauties this island
has to offer.
is a popular tourist destination, because of its location and proximity to
Slovenia, southern Germany, Austria ...
... against the injuns and I'm in the middle, eyes peeled. I look forward to sunup when we can break camp while the baddies are asleep.
In the meantime, Moski in Zenska pop next door for a meal at the Camp Restaurant. They have taken with them a leaflet that Zenska has picked up from Tourist Information entitled "Bled in your pocket". It has helpful Slovenian translations on the back. Moski's attention is drawn, ...
... into the hotel, and looked out the balcony, we could see a large rock deck area below with people sunning and swimming in the Adriatic. Becky and I immediately changed into swimwear and went down to the area and jumped in the sea. It was cold, but refreshing, and surprisingly the Adriatic is very clam to swim in at this location – basically as calm as a swimming pool. It was easy to swim for an hour or longer ...
... up the hill and on arrival we could see it is also a haven for bicyclist; especially the middle aged variety, and the Lycra crowd and many others were strolling around the village. Unfortunately the art we saw was not very good (by our tastes)' but there were a few other craft/jewellery sops of a better standard. There was a trash and treasure market on which always grabs Michaels interest. A well restored and maintained town ...
Our first day exploring the famed Istrian peninsula; for food and Roman and medieval towns. We sampled a very satisfying taste of both today. The whole peninsula is actually compact and it is not very far between all the historic towns. The decision was which one to start with and the direction to take over the day. We started small; with the worlds smallest town called Hum. Set high on a hill in a remote spot with only the one road ...