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Daily flights from Zagreb to Dubrovnik, in the Southern tip of Croatia, leave around 6am every day. It's great to get an early start to the day, but a 4am honk from the taxi driver is a bit disturbing.
Soon, and very soon, I am going to start back on the Europe posts. But for now, you are going [...]
Yes, there seem to be ongoing excuses from me for blog hiatuses. But this time I have a really good excuse.
I feel like I can't write a blog without addressing the fact that there has been a 2 month plus hiatus. Oops. Well, we're home. So all Europe blogging will be backtracking; searching my memory, pictures, and journal to try to put the pieces of the puzzle together and formulate a blog.
Right in the center of Zagreb is an open, local farmer's market called Dolac Market. The outdoor center is a canopy of red tents
Our train ride from Budapest to Zagreb, Croatia was another early start. Fortunately, our host from our place in Budapest set up a 4:50am taxi ride to take us to the train station.
James and I always get so excited when we come across something that is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.