Taste of the World ◎ HD

Ahhh Venice, this city is almost too surreal but I gotta tell you how we got here...so in order to that we gotta go back to Zagreb. ;The trip was booked here by Goga's aunt so we thought we'd head over to Kompass where it was booked and ask a few questions. You see we thought that since we were already in Italy we could leave the tour after Rome and hit Florence then Venice then find our own way to Dobrovnik (which is pretty much across the Adriatic Sea), then to Zagreb and back to Belgrade. The good people at Kompass said the tour guide Josko is responsible for bringing us back and to leave us in Italy would cause a country wide man hunt. Ok so Goga and I went to a local internet cafe and using the internet and the phones she worked out that the minute we get to the first bus stop on Croatian soil which was Rijeka we'd spend the night in a hostel. Hostel's not necessarily everyones preferred choice of accommodations but cheap and available. In the morning we would leave by bus back to an Italian city called Trieste from which we would take a train to Venice which is where were at now. Spend the day in Venice then take another 12 hour bus ride to Dubrovnik where we would stay in private accommodations in a town called Zaton Mali 15 minutes from Dubrovnik. From there take a plane back to Zagreb then the train to Belgrade. That's the Itinerary. After paying 50 Euros to the ticket collector on the train we'll call him super Mario Brother for not stamping our ticket. The train arrives to fascinating yet interesting point in the journey. As we approach Venice the very ground, the very tracks underneath us disappears giving the impression were floating. It's the weirdest thing. It's like the train transformed it a ferry. So as I was saying this city is almost too surreal. It's like something completely dreamed up by James Cameron.

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