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... of the park adjacent to the front desk and showed us exactly where the hike would be going. A train takes hikers to the top of the lakes and from there it looks like there are two possible routes, depending on whether one route is closed by high water. After getting a pictorial look at the details and the weather forecast (heavy rain), I was convinced it would be best to skip the hike. I could probably do it, but it would likely be a painful and ...
... lunch restaurant 16 k away for 200 Kunuchies (Big Kev's name for Kuna). Taxi would have taken hours to come. Once again v lucky with weather, Anita said lot of rain in park, only 66 rain free days per year, rain in arvo means rainy day like today.
... of languages. The European obsession with tanning meant many were in as little clothing as possible, an occupational hazard I would have thought. On the walking path people of all ages were having a go. Parents with pre schoolers and elderly with walking poles (and I am not talking about myself here). Wonderful to see, and everyone could go just as far as suited them. And that was the case for us as we had just a couple of hours and the walking terrain as ...
... He spent the majority of the time serving
us abusing his boss in English, which, luckily for Tom, his boss doesn’t speak.
While we were eating there, his boss was having a music video of himself
singing filmed in the restaurant. We were privy to his singing ability, and let
me tell you, it wasn’t recording worthy. While we ate, he also bullied and
taunted a gypsy woman, and generally made an **** of himself. As we wanted a
Andrea: Today we were in paradise, otherwise known as Plitvice Lakes National Park. It's pronounced Pleet-veet-seh for those of you who aren't fluent in Croatian yet. Don and I are doing well with the language barrier. We hear mumble-mumble-mumble and just stare at them until they speak English, or my cursed thumbs-up infliction appears from nowhere (see previous blog for an unsatisfactory explanation).
Plitvice is a forested ...