Down the Croatian coastline

We are having a fine time wandering down the coastline of Croatia, which is just spectacular.

Breathtaking views lie around around every corner, with lots of spaces to stop and take photographs, even with an 8 metre caravan.

For much of the time we are the only car on the road, hugging the coastline on a constant zig zag round the inlets and rocky outcrops.

Despite the lack of cars, there are Croation police with speed guns all over the place, ready to catch you out. The speed limit changes constandly from 40 - 80 kph, and no one obeys it, apart from us. Even the town bus overtook us in frustration yesterday!

One of the massive benefits of travelling in the off-season is that we can park up in the prime sea-view pitches as the sites are so quiet (and for a fraction of the high-season cost!). Most campsites we have stayed at are quite regimented, with pitches graded as luxury/comfort/standard etc varying on size, sea view etc.

Our current base, Camping Nordsee ,is refreshingly relaxed, no demands to see your passport on arrival, or issuing wristbands to get into the showers. Just park up, enjoy the view, and call the friendly manager for help if you need him. One of the best yet - and the wifi is great here too.

Dot isn't enjoying the return to school work after two weeks off for Easter, even with the lure of 'Harry Potter' being the theme for her writing. Ali is looking forward to getting to Dubrovnik where apparently filming for the next series of Game of Thrones is underway.

I think I have managed to work out how to add comments so hopefully that will work. Cheers for now.

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