Wellness Hotel Aurora
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- TV Channel One Russia
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... ve seen on Cres! Then we rode over the bridge (a 20m bridge; the channel was man made to control the movement of people from the north to the south in the roman times) to a town Nerezine. These two towns are much bigger (still very small though!) than the towns we visited yesterday. We got back to Percy around 2pm, did a clean up then had lunch of fruit and yoghurt in ...
... beach and enjoyed the sun with our toes in the water. Mid afternoon we made our way down south, past Punta Križa, to a little beach inlet. There is a camp site here but it's closed now. We're parked right next to the water. Hopefully it's a bit more sheltered and not as windy as last night! The island is so quiet, we can't believe how quiet it is, nor imagine how busy it must be in summer! Everything is closed. But we quite like having all the roads and beaches to ourselves ...
... to be at the ocean we went for a swim! We had heaps of fun jumping off the cliff and rock hopping. After a sandwich and rest on the rocky beach we hiked to the blue caves at U. Zanja beach. We swam out to the caves and headed in. It was so cool! The water so blue; we were illuminated! We didn't stay in for long, and headed back to land to watch the sun start to set. A 40 minute hike back to Percy and we watched the sunset. A cracker day! So happy to be by the ...
... Rijeka was crazy - traffic like Melbourne, and Mat said he felt like he was in the favelas in Brazil. We were going to stop but it was so crazy, we didn't. We kept driving to Krk Island, where the ferry departs to Cres Island. Before we knew it the heater was off and we were cruising with the windows down!! Feels like we're on a beach holiday!! We booked the 6.15pm ferry, and enjoyed our first Croatian beer while we waited for it. Only a 25 ...
... but is more of an industrial shipbuilding center than a tourist town overall. I think I covered everything of interest in town and had lunch there in less than three hours.
Last but not least is Porec, pronounced in Serbo-Croatian more like "poor wretch". Porec is Istria’s biggest tourist town, surrounded by resort hotels and still busy in early October with crowds of Italians and German speakers. Porec’s old town is also located on a peninsula, but ...