2009 Athens to Amsterdam travel blog

This morning we walked to the bus depot to catch our bus to Zagreb, in Croatia. The bus left at 7:30 and was due to arrive in Zagrab around 1:00pm. The border crossing took some time, waiting quite a while for a bus in front of us to get processed leaving Serbia, and then at the Coatian border we all had to get off the bus to go through immigration. The immigration woman was the type that never smiled, and went through everyone's passport.

There is a two laned motorway all the way from Belgrade to the outskirts of Zagreb, with a speedlimit of 130kmh, so the travel itself was quite quick until we turned into Zabreb itself. The traffic was quite heavy and we didn't arrive at the bus depot until about 1:45pm.

The owner of the apartment where we are staying was waiting to meet us and we walked to the studio apartment. It is quite new, with a good kitchen and bathroom. And it also has a washing machine – clean clothes! Yayeee!!

The owner reminded us that tomorrow is May day and a public holiday so the shops won't be open tomorrow. So after he left we went for a walk looking for a supermarket, bought up on groceries and hurried home as it looked like it was going to rain.

In the evening a large storm came across, but we were safely tucked up in our little apartment enjoying the delicious dinner Vicki had cooked.

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