Friday, 28 March 2008

Where to go next?


The first of May is approaching fast. This means a new opportunity for a short vacation.


April 27th, 1st and 2nd of May are all national holidays in Slovenia. That means a couple days off from our everyday jobs. 27th of April falls on a Sunday this year and unfortunately in Slovenia we are not so lucky to get a free day on the next Monday.
However, 1st and 2nd of May fall on Thursday and Friday. Together with the following weekend they add up to four free days in a row.


Like always, I see this as an opportunity for a short trip. Together with M. we were going through our options the other day. Well, here are this year's contestants for our Spring trip...


1. Party trip to Rovinj, Croatia
A group of friends from my college days visit this place by the Adriatic Sea every year. It is a great opportunity for us to get together once in a while and also to see if we can still party as we did in our college days. With that bunch of guys, having a good time is a guarantee!



2. Fishing trip to Pasman, Croatia
Like a couple of times before, another group of friends is going fishing. And with this I mean some hardcore fishing - all through the night, every night. This might seem unpleasant, but actually it is quite relaxing. That is if the weather isn't too cold, too rainy or too windy. The part I like most is the menu - grilled sea bass (locals call it brancin), fresh out of the sea. Everyday!



3. Camping trip to Cinque Terre, Italy
We have been to Tuscany quite a few times so far and we like it very much. One of the places nearby, which are still on our to-visit-list is Cinque Terre (those Five lands are actually in the region of Liguria, just next to Tuscany). Our plan is to find a camping site near by and go there on day hiking trips. The only thing that is a bit tricky is the weather. It can still get a bit too cold for camping in the first days of May. Also in case of bad weather, hiking isn't all that fun.
On the other hand once near Tuscany, I am sure we couldn't get bored despite bad weather. In Florence and Pisa you can always find a hidden place to explore regardless of weather.
A visit of some relatives of mine, living just next to Pisa, is also a must when going there.



4. Trip to London, UK
Since the last time I have been to UK, I have been missing the taste of a proper ale.
I don't consider myself much of a beer enthusiast, but I think a traditional British ale tastes much better compared to ordinary lagers. I will not even begin to count other things London has to offer.
It is the only one of these locations we would have to fly to, but with quite a few low-fare airlines flying there, the trip itself isn't all that expensive.
Unfortunately everything else in London is.



5. Some other option, we haven't thought about just yet
I am pretty sure at least a couple more options will come up before we make the final decision.


Since we have been to all those places before, I have posted a photo of each one of them. I think you'll agree it is not an easy decision to make.

5 comments:

Rok Šinkovec 31 March 2008 at 10:52  

I think that the fishing trip is the best option!

Frank Moessa,  31 March 2008 at 21:16  

Amazing photos. We've just seen some wonderful photos during our research for out stay at the Maquengue resort in Costa Rica but I must say you have some real winners.

You have given my wife and I a handful of options to choose from when we get back.

Thanks a lot.

We look forward to seeing more of your photos.

Frank Moessa

Marko 1 April 2008 at 09:06  

Thanks on your suggestions and kind words guys.

@Frank:
Costa Rica is a bit far away from Europe, but I wouldn't think twice about going there, if a right opportunity came along...
If only those flight tickets wouldn't cost a fortune.

If you'll ever need some pointers on this part of Europe (Italy, Slovenia, Croatia etc.) I'll be glad to give them.
Recently I also posted a log on my last year's Egyptian adventure. You can check it out on this link.

Lyn,  7 April 2008 at 16:41  

hi. i love photography too. i like your pictures. linked you. Lyn.

Marko 8 April 2008 at 08:19  

Thanks Lyn. :)

You are welcome to visit me again anytime.

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