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Travel Blogs from Rakovica
... the rain cleared and the sun teased us from the clouds. It is certainly worth the walk if you are even in this part of the world.
We then set off along the back roads to Skofpa Loka along a route that I saw mentioned in a blog but not really discussed anywhere else. However on the previous evening I spotted a sports store called "Koala Sports" and had to drop in hoping to find a familiar accent.
... that cascade into each other by waterfalls. Just try to imagine the gorgeous, clear, turquoise waters of the Caribbean, the autumn leaves changing color, and waterfalls. It was view after view of breathtaking beauty. At the first one, one of the young tough guys in our group said he wanted to cry. I had tears several times. I still can't believe where my life has taken me. And its only just beginning. (I just wiped ...
... was not wheelchair accessible and you had to be fit to do this hike as it literally is hours on uneven, rocks/steps/logs. There were so many people with mentally disabled children, lugging up these heavy wheelchairs while these poor kids are being thrown around!!! Then there are the parents dragging strollers up steep stone steps. Who brings a 4 year old on a 6 hour hike?!
The crowds were thick and we pushed through the walkways of where we had wandered the day before to get ...
... he had to cut his tour short so we had time to
have dinner and be driven back to the hotel with our driver’s allotted hours. It
was a fascinating tour though, and Sofia is a stunning city. I did not expect
it at all, but then I knew very little about Bulgaria coming into this trip.
Interestingly, while we were there, a protest was taking place. 26 days prior
to our visiting Sofia, the people elected in a minority government. Several
other parties, ...
... information center) but it seemed impossible, so our fingers are crossed that we can get on a bus - apparently the buses fill up quickly in the weekends and once full just drive past.
We arrived at the Plitvice (pronounced PLEET veet seh) Lakes National Park about 5:30pm and after checking in to our fancy lodgings- the Plitvice Hotel, we got in about one hour of sightseeing before the park closed. Staying inside the park was a real bonus because we could walk ...