Slipping into Sibenik Croatia
9:00 a.m. and we ‘hit the road’.
It is lovely to have repacked the car, and sorted out things at the apartment we had last night.
We fed four cats our leftover milk that had been crying a good part of the morning in hunger.
And we drove along the coastal road.
Many signs showing to beware of ‘Wild Pigs’ and ‘Deer” are seen.
So interestingly we see many of these paces cooking pig – which I am sure is not in the least wild.
We head into Sibenik.
It is a UNESCO city.
The GPS will always try and lead us to smack into the middle of the historical section where we have fast learned you cannot drive.
So we follow the car park sign that says ’10 minutes walk to the old city’.
We drive past this area. So glad we did. There in the next area is free parking for the beach.
So here we leave the vehicle – it is not a ten-minute walk. More like a thirty-minute walk.
It is lovely. And goes around the water. Boats are tied up. Kids are skateboarding. It is a nice place to be.
We head upstairs to St. Michael’s Castle.
There are lovely little alleyways. And I do love this garden. Oh, how I miss my garden.
We get to St. Michael’s Castle and we are dripping with perspiration. It is hot and the water is already consumed.
The view is incredible. To my surprise, Explorason doesn’t want to go in – Neither does he want to go down the other side to the rest of town. He wants to go to the park. He plays on a see-saw and has kid time.
I’m noticing more and more it is time for fin, and not the time to ‘see’.
Learning needs to be fun. When the fun stops it is a drag. I do not push it. He is still ‘learning’. Geography; Currency; Climates; Cultures.. and more. We still do other forms of reading and things that incorporate spelling.
I think he needs a holiday from having a holiday. I noticed this in Rome.
So, at least we have had a good half hour hike to the top and now we will meander and find our way down.
We go back past the little bobbing boats. Bach to the free car park.
We decide to leave and drive through the National Park.
This is interesting as it is heading inland.
It is unique and a little dry, but the rocks are grey and looming overhead.
We head toward Split. We think we should ‘ go and find a cafe in Split and eat a Banana Split ‘ says Explorason – well there is a challenge!
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