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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... strong. Our visit was cut short and because of this, was a disappointment. Since that day, in the back of my mind was a return visit to Plitvice. Just a couple days ago, we decided we would give it another try. We drove about six hours from Sarajevo to Plitvice in hopes ...
... and lightning. But never deterred from the path of a good photo the learned one led our way as the heavens opened. Three small brollies to 4 intrepid adventurers doesn’t quite work on narrow lakeside paths and I had quiet confidence in my dress code, so I took the lead down the 7km of board walk fun with enthusiasm with the rest wielding their brollies in my wake. The scenery was good and the waterfalls were entertaining, not exactly Niagara but each has ...
... in Perth where Barrack street is - really not that hard. We knew we were in the right place when the Mickey Rourke / Gary Busey lookalike yelled out "Mark" as soon as we walked in.
We're all set to go, after Mark nearly rolls the car backwards because he's never worked an electric handbrake before (his main problem: "how am I going to pull a handbrakey?), when it turns out the GPS won't charge up in the car. "Don't worry," they cry, as ...
... bar one decided to stay with the group. Our route took us through Ivancna Gorica, Soteska, Crnomelj, Metlika and Karlovac. A total of 225km riding. There are very few speed signs on the road and you drive to the speed appropriate to the area you are in. What I mean by that is as you approach a village the name of the village will be displayed in black on a yellow sign and on departing the village a similar sign will be displayed with a red diagonal line through it. The speed ...
... too far out of reach. Before I knew it Danny was stripping off his socks and shoes, jumping into the water and standing up to his chest in the lake. The camera was quickly rescued and Danny back above water but it had all happened so suddenly I didn't even think to take a photograph of it all using the other (and waterproof!) camera.
We attempted to dry off his shorts to no avail and so he reluctantly abandoned his boxers and donned his soggy wet shorts for ...