Pula day IV – all kinds of life

Today we’ve had a quiet morning, then off to the beach. A few raindrops when we arrived but that was it until after dinner. PA was just talking about going home for a cooling shower – so he got one (just like yesterday.. LOL). Not much exiting sights wise – so here’s a bit of what we’ve seen of the living stuff.

Here’s one of the kittens living next door.. Cute, huh?
This guy was suddenly climbing up the curtains last night:
He’s big – like 1,5 inches long, maybe. PA got out the case for his contacts and captured him in there and walked him outside and downstairs (he refused to take our advise and go out the window).
Here’s a close-up of one of our bus-stop lizards.

There are some of these lizards, too – sort of the oposite colour. Green with black spots instead of black with green.
And I had time to take some flower pix when we were downtown, so here’s one of those, too.

Tomorrow is our last full day in Pula, and hopefully we’ll spend most of it on the beach again. We’re here pretty long, but it was nice to have some extra time and relax rather than just running from place to place. Plus the boat to Venice only leaves once a week in June – Tuesdays.

Ane

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7 thoughts on “Pula day IV – all kinds of life

  1. Sweet kitten picture. Those lizards sure are interesting looking! We have green geckos all over the place here, but no neat black and white ones. Very cool! Have fun at the beach. Have you found any nice shells? Or does everything get broken before it washes ashore?

  2. We just got caught up on our reading. You look like you are having a great time. The beach looks gorgeous. The sun is also very nice, as we've only seen it once in eleven days.Roxy

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