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... more time to really see what goes on throughout these less-often traveled countries.
Anyway back to actual progress.
San Vito al Tagliamente - Trieste
Trieste - Kraljevica
Kraljevica - Vrhovine
Vrhovine - Plitviše Jezera
After Trieste (we we enjoyed a spaghetti carbonara which the menu claimed was 'quivering with flavour'!) we made our way south toward Croatia, passing through Slovenia for a few hours. The ...
... natural theme of our stay in the lakes district, Cory and I made one other stop at the local Borac Caves. Here as you can imagine I got quite excited when I learned that two species of bats lived in the cave we visited - for my batty friends they are Myotis myotis and Rhinolophus hyposideros (Little Horseshoe bat). As our guide took us through the cave, pointing out old guano piles and stalactites we were lucky to see three Little Horseshoe Bats! This is very ...
... loaded up with our heavy bags (as in this warm weather I was wearing far less layers) we walked to our usual bus stop and we just had to catch a different bus to the bus station as opposed to the one that went into the old town. At the bus station we had just enough time to buy our tickets, load our bags on and make a toilet stop before we set off on the way to Split. The first part of the drive was really awesome, we drove around ...
... are very few really old structures.
However there are many wide boulevards and squares lined with splendid fin-de-siecle and Art Nouveau-style buildings. After the bus tour we took to the river and saw the city from a different angle – in fact it’s much more attractive seen from the water. The boat, like the bus, had seen better days, but at least it was cool and we had a seat (of ...
... complete strangers inside their homes.
I paused to straighten a maple leaf.
In a lot of ways, North America's turned into an experiment around what happens when you start focusing on the individual rather than the community. In years past, one's responsibility was primarily to your society - now my rights, as a person, supercede the rights of a collective who desires my active participation. I can walk away and there's nothing (moral) you can ...