I thought to myself it could be a funny post this week to get some good drunken monkey photos going on here. Who wouldn't, couldn't love a drunk monkey? Hell I'm actually reconsidering this whole thing because I'd actually love to see some Drunk Monkeys.
However, I did come across this one here. The Drunken Monkey Hostel . Let me start by saying their website though not too flashy or amazing isn't too bad. Then again I am no expert or even give a shit really what their website is like. Although there have been times that I've chosen not to visit or shop somewhere due to their crappy website. This one isn't too bad..
I personally don't think I'd ever stay at this Hostel, for starters there is that movie.. Ya know, Hostel? That aside, the website does show a lot of younger party goer types. I myself, love to think I'm young...ish and there have been times I'd love to have a drink or 5. But something about being in a foreign country, not being able to speak the language and getting trashed. Just sounds like a story that won't end well for me!
Then again, no one wants the olds hanging around while you're trying to party it up!
Plus I'd really hate to be the old one that couldn't hang with the yungens. I think it might make me feel old....er.
Back to the Hostel, The Drunken Monkey Hostel is located in Zadar Croatia. Is it bad that with out the Google or the Wiki I'd no idea where the frak Zadar or Croatia is? I've heard of Croatia, but really, that doesn't say much. I hear a lot of things, make up a lot of funny words as well. Most of my friends are guilty of the same. So I spent some time on the Google and not only did I find a Drunken Monkey Hostel I found other stuff too. Excited aren't you?
|St Donat Church|
|it is pretty awesome looking isn't it?|
Now that we've had a history lesson and learned so much about Zadar and Croatia. Let's wrap this shit up shall we? At this point, I've really strayed away from anything Monkey related.
Lastly, let's cover one more piece of Croatia, Zadar.
Says it's an experimental musical instrument that plays music by the waves of the sea. I'd love to see this. Maybe one day I will visit Croatia after all. Even if it's only to catch a glimpse of this frogfish and this sea organ.
There ya go Dingleberries,
Hang in there!