Ston is a small town in the Dubrovnik-Neretva
county of Croatia, located at the south of
isthmus of the Peljesac (Sabioncello) peninsula.
The above details were retrieved and condensed
Hui Chin and I visited Croatia during our European travels in 2005.
We have enjoyed our stay in the country, but were very disappointed with the train services.
Before our departure from new Zealand, we purchased a rather expensive Regional Eurail Pass with added days to cover any delays or staying longer in any place than we have planned for.
Croatia, - at least between places we intended to visit - have very poor train services.
We arrived from Austria, through Slovenia to Rijeka, and although Rijeka connected by rail to Pula, our next stop, the train service is very slow and sporadic.
To go from Pula to Zadar or Split, or Dubrovnik, we either had to go through Zagreb with the consequent delay or use the bus services, which we did have to use throughout.
The roads are very good, so are the bus services, but it meant extra expenses for us, with already paid for rail passes.
With the good roads Croatia is catering for the neighbouring countries drivers, not for the like of us, with limited budgets, who can't afford a car or hired car in every country we like to visit.
Very nice, interesting place.
A miniturised version of the Great Wall of China.
Unfortunately I do not have many of my photos left, although we had four cameras between us and we taken many, many photos wherever we went, two of my cameras, with large, 512 MB SD Cards and many thousands of photos on them with my valet and money, were stolen from my bag, later into our trip, by some 'lowlife'.
You can click on these photos for an enlargement.
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