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... of rich fall colors. Crimson, gold, russet and green projected a painter’s palette. We enjoyed strolling on narrow pathways without having to jostle with hordes of tourists that are here during the summer. Boardwalks extend over water, providing opportunities to gaze deep through the clear water to find tadpoles and fish darting between marine moss and rocks.
We explored the ...
... embarked on took us along the edge and top of the large ridge line on the opposite side to the main trails that led us along 3 huge lakes at the bottom of the park. These 3 lakes called Milanovac, Gavanovac and Kaludervac were huge and had many cascading waterfalls tumbling into them. Following about a 30 minute walk and many photo opportunities we reached one of the main areas of the park that featured a cafe, toilets, picnic areas and most ...
... cross. There must have been over 1000 people there at any one time and we were glad we only needed a toilet stop and a drink and kept on going. Most of these people are doing the tours A, B and C, which go for 2-3 hours and use boats to cover any longer distances so the queue for boats was over 250m long, and this is on a Monday, recommended as the least busy day to be here. The second part of our walk was through an area of narrower waterways so the depth was greater and the colour ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...