Zaton Holiday Resort
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... drops. When we got there...there was nothing. Probably the wildest campsite I've ever seen. You could have heard a pin drop from miles away. And it was hot. So hot. Being us we turned up with no money, no provisions and no idea of what we'd got ourselves into. So we drove back down again. I thought it was a beautiful, amazing site. But I cannot deny in this heat you need a sea to regularly jump into. We did a few more ...
... souvenir shopping. The evening time I had kept for something special. The Grand Finale.
After quickly collecting cute souvenirs we took out our car and headed for the kitesurfing school in the quaint little village of Nin about 30 kms away, for the last time. As we reached the beach I expected to see kites in the skies indicating the good winds but other than a few sea gulls nothing was flying that meant bad winds. Garrick and Archer confirmed my fear as the day was ...
My journey started when I landed in Croatia, the weather was very hot and there was a lot of tourists and local people. We had to drive from Zagreb (the place we landed), to Zadar, nin Croatia a fairly long drive (3 hours), what made it worse was we had just got off the plane. I slept the whole ...
... trucks parked up selling sacks of grain directly off the back and a guy on a bicycle loaded a sack in between his seat and the handlebars and skilfully rode off! We saw a woman with a wheelbarrow piled high with corn cobs wheeling them into her house! Then we came to some roadworks and the traffic control guys were signalling "stop" and "go" using red and green painted table tennis bats. We saw lots of guys cycling around in ...
... world from the 9th century AD. Before you enter the town you need to cross a bridge where you find the first hero of the district.
Without fail, each and every town I have visited thus far have two things in common. They all have a war memorial commemorating an important war whether it was the second world war or some other war. Secondly they all have at least one local hero. Ranging from Genghis Kahn to an obscure knight who ...