We’ve not written a lot about Mljet in Croatia. Not much happened when we were there.
But why not write about a destination because nothing much happens? Especially when that is precisely part of the charm. We walked a lot, we sighed a lot, we soaked up surroundings that were Garden of Eden beautiful.
It exists in my mind like a hazy dream.
Our hotel, the Odisej, felt as though it was still a bit of a throwback to Eastern bloc days, a wee bit out of time. Not a disaster, but not as good as other places we’d stayed in Croatia. From our balcony we did, however, have this view across the little bay in Pomena.
More Bobbing Boats
The Island on a Lake
An island on a lake with a 12th century monastery on it. Boats run regularly to SV Marija where there is a little café to enjoy a sandwich and a beer before a stroll around the island, which doesn’t take very long.
A Bug’s Life
And finally Polace – a quaint village with Roman ruins surrounded by lush forest and lapped by emerald water. I couldn’t really talk about such a scenic spot as Polace and then only show a picture of flower in a tin pot.
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