Finally, Istanbul, Turkey to Zagreb, Croatia

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Turkish EFES beer was like.. Turkish..

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Then this non-major European airports are all old-school traps, no boarding jetways..
I was the second to get out though.

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Then the airport signs were so well designed.. reminded me of the ones at Cologne Bonn Airport by Ruedi Baur.

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Quite small airport considering Zagreb is the capital of Croatia, a EU country with their own currency; Kuna.

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Then AVIS gave me this Skoda with 124,000 Km on the clock..
After a short drive, I figured I’m not gonna be driving this car all along the Adriatic coast for a week.

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So, decided to get back for a change. See the neat and clean signs again?

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Volswagen UP this time, only with 22,000 Km.
Compact and nimble with 1.0 Gasoline/Petrol/Benzin/Benzina/Benzine.

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It’d work great in a crowded city like Seoul, easy to park, easy to get around.

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So, finally a night in Zagreb has started.

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