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Leaving Novigrad we headed further north to Plitvice Lakes. This is another region which was impacted heavily by the war 20 years ago, and many were plunged into refugee status. Life is back to normal here, however, the smart traveller site still advises not to go off pathways and stay in established areas as there are unexploded land mines in the …
... and had to keep my head down to watch my footing. So... I could only admire the spectacular views when I stood still. This didn't stop Tom (or Jaden, or Honza) who bounced along as if they were on a smoothly paved sidewalk! The rest of us were more careful!
It was interesting to watch the fish -- they were perfectly visible because the water was so clear and their colors were beautiful. I was surprised at how few birds I saw, however. A wonderful place, well worth a visit!
... 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 ...
... Houses of Parliament.
We also learned that Hungary has had a very turbulent history. In the Middle Ages it was a powerful kingdom, but was conquered by the Turks and became part of the Ottoman Empire. After the Ottomans were evicted the Habsburgs took over, bringing a period of prosperity culminating in the Austro- Hungarian Empire. But they were on the losing side in the First World War and ...
... 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 ...
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed