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Travel Blogs from Plitvice Lakes National Park
... near Veliki Slap. We were also closer to more small waterfalls that are beside the walking track. I have enjoyed two days of walking in such a picturesque natural environment (tho in places packed with others). It is a contrast after may days in towns where the key interests and features are structural and historical. Plitvice has provided what I had hoped for in the diversity of experiencing Croatia. On to the Istria region tomorrow which is famous for its gastronomy and Roman ...
... lakes & a scenic train ride.
A bonus while walking: we met very few smokers! So many smoke over here and it's almost impossible to sit anywhere to have a meal or a drink without having a smoker light up next to you. Cigarettes must be much cheaper here. Another bonus was the lack of exorbitant pricing for food etc within the park boundaries. Our theme parks could learn a lesson ...
... heading back to the hotel for some beauty sleep before
hitting up Bosnia!
Tour Day 32:
Our final one night stop! After leaving Belgrade we headed
into Bosnia, and to the site of a horrific massacre that took place in 1995
during the Yugoslavian War. In a town called Srebrenica, one of the first UN
free zones in any war in history was set up to protect Muslim families that
were fleeing persecution and ethnic cleansing in the former Yugoslavia. ...
... you don’t
notice how far you are walking. There were varying routes, & we opted for a
1 ½ hour walk, then a boat trip, then another 1 ½ hr walk and a bus ride, then another 20
minute walk. Steve managed to drop his hat in one of the lakes but retrieved it without falling in! The walk taxed my foot but it was definitely worth the pain! (The
coconut magnum helped!) Google it! Another place to come back to.
Camped at a site about ...
... keen to go there last night so we needed to go there first thing in the morning to make up for it. We walked around, had some breakfast and an ice cream before heading to the airport to pick up our car. We were driving to Plitvice Lakes National Park for the night. It is a UNESCO World Heritage sight. There are 16 lakes which are separated into the lower lakes and upper lakes. We decided we would get a 2 ...