It is a very nice road for sure. No question as to why it's so popular, and I can see how much of it I would miss on a full rain day. The road literally hugs the coast line all the way, making it a continuous slow curvy ride. I never did get full sun, but this sunny haze will have to do.
It's well past lunch time. After exploring old town Krk with Nikola and his family, I lost track of time.
And again, being the off season, most places are completely closed and boarded up. I finally found this little village and an open restaurant.. hallelujah!! Not a soul there, except the lady who runs it. She was sitting outside smoking and reading a magazine, so I hated to disturb her. But she was kind and seemed pleased enough to help me figure out what I can have. There were some pictures on the wall inside the restaurant. Again, I don't read the menu, I pre-decided what I would like to have well in advance, and then set the challenge to explaining this to a Croatian woman who speaks zero English. I wanted a salad sandwich (lettuce, tomato, cucumber and cheese) toasted, and french fries. She went over and over the details, and through the translation, she did an excellent job.. it was superb!! I'm in the land of olive oil.. I love french fries cooked in olive oil....... ;-)))
I like this one, my kind of fixer-upper!! But it's not the house I'm looking for..
Is this it??
There is a lot more to my Croatia adventure, so this will be continued!