German campings :s
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July 23rd, 2008 – by: dj-ango
We made a pact that we would give Zrce a second chance. A nice beach with straw umbrellas and cocktailbars near the beach, is something we can't resist in combination with a warm sun. But the weather didnt cooperate. There were clouds hanging, the sun had no chance of breaking out. Anyway, we chilled on the beach, looked on our map, where to go next. We already had our point of view on Vodice as one of our last stops, so we searched a nice place in between. It would be somehwere in the north of Zadar, between the isle of Vir and the village Nin.
After an hour rain stopped, sun came, as if there was never such thing of a rainstorm. We changed to some dryer cloaths and went up north of the isle of Pag. While at the south side you have to come here by boat, at the upper north side, the isle is connected by a bridge and a natural bridge in the form of a small town. The route was very beautiful, as the isle became smaller and smaller, the cliffs got higher, and the sea more visible.
We arrived at Zadar in search of a supermarket. We found a huge Spar, which wouldn't be our final time to visit it. They had the best sandwiches !! We learned some Croatian words, which we added on our Croatian- Dutch list, like krastavac is cucumber :D
It was still a bit chilly, and we were in search for a camping. With huge signs on the way every kilometer, there should be a good camping at Privlaka. Well it didn't matter to us, where we would stay, as everything would be a surprise and Croatia is so beautiful, it wouldn't matter where we stopped. Arrived at the camping, it appeared to be a German camping. Everyone spoke German, so we also had to that. But everything was really badly arranged, we had to pay for our showers. Even with the coins there was only ice cold water.
At night we went drinking on the beach side of the camping, and saw that there was a fair at the village. With the main attraction : bumping cars !! Owyeah, this was someting we hadn't done in 10 years. We had our own music speakers, so we pimped our bumping car with a real car radio :p .
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