Colosseums, Wine Making, and Adandoned Military Forts: Pula, Croatia

Our Airbnb host, Sinisa, surprised us on arrival with homemade wine. His yard and carpark boasted many clusters of small green grapes hanging from rows upon rows of green foliage. He excitedly poured the yellow-ish looking wine from a recycled water bottle. Upon first sips, it seemed strong to me, slightly more alcoholic than wines … Continue reading Colosseums, Wine Making, and Adandoned Military Forts: Pula, Croatia

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Nuclear Bunkers and Cathedral Spires: Prague, Czech Republic: Part 1

The train to Prague, Czech Republic was gorgeous. On one side, mountainous hills rose from the earth. On the other, the view alternated between a wide flowing river and bright yellow expanses of rapeseed and canola seed fields. Hannah kicked me under the train table more than once to get my attention to look up … Continue reading Nuclear Bunkers and Cathedral Spires: Prague, Czech Republic: Part 1