Karlovačko, October 2010




Weekend trip to Karlovačko, Zagreb. Croatia. 

Was too late, we were searching for a cheap hostel going outside Zagreb. We got to small town close to Karlovačko (small city near Zagreb). Searching, searching, searching, we arrived to a particular B&B. We ordered something to eat and we finish the night talking with few old local people. They explained to us stories about the Yugoslavia war… simply and amazing. 

When I woke up, I remembered that I open the window and I see this…



Fin de semana en Karlovačko, Zagreb. Croacia.

Era muy tarde, no queríamos pagar un hostal en el centro de Zagreb y buscar algo un poco más económico. Dando vueltas con el coche dimos con un pueblo perdido cerca de Karlovačko, allí encontramos un B&B un poco particular. Pedimos algo para comer i terminamos la noche hablando con unos ancianos croatas del pueblo. Nos contaron sin ningún tipo de perjuicio historias sobre la guerra de Yugoslavia… simple y apasionante.

Cuando me desperté, recuerdo que me acerqué para abrir la ventana y me encontré con esto

 



Four green tanks
Imposing
Tank of croatian army
No more…
Mortars
Tank and destroyed building
More tanks
Mortar and tank
More mortars
“Building”
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