Sobe San Korana
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Plitvice Lakes National Park
... little Croatian B&B called Villa Lika. It was a typical Croatian building with a lovely garden and a fantastic, friendly Croatian family.
We dropped our bags, got changed into our hiking gear and headed for the national park. Here we got our maps, asked about hiking trails and bought lots of snacks and water for the day. It isn't a terribly huge national park and the trails are very easy to follow so we weren't worried ...
identification in the future. As a result, bodies are still being officially
identified and buried at Srebrenica, with over 40 boys having been buried only
the day before we arrived. The cemetery and memorial were a totally sobering
experience, with the whole area feeling terribly eerie, with no birds or
animals to be seen. As a mark of respect, I took no photos during my visit.
After that depressing stop, we headed onto the city of
... from Pitvice Lakes, not cheap
but very good. You even have to wipe your feet to go into the loos! My chef
made chicken tikka masala (thanks Morrisons!) and rice, very nice it was too!
It’s a deal, I do the blogging & he does the cheffing! (and the washing up,
and making the bed, Allie will never believe it!)
Tomorrow we are off to Predjama Castle in Slovenia, about
We like this kind of life!
... and walk round the lower lakes today & the upper lakes tomorrow.
We arrived and the first thing we saw was a huge waterfall. It was a great way to start. It amazed us how clear the water was, there were several trees along the way that had fallen into the lakes, you could see the whole tree under the water, it was so clear it was beautiful. The only downside of the lakes was you couldn't ...
... to have coffee and cigarettes, but all announcements were foreign to us so we just had to guess how long each stop would be. The bus trip was 6 hours with 3 of them along the beautiful coast including stop in little beach towns.
After fighting our way through throngs of Split natives (what do you call them - Spliters?) offering accommodation as we departed the bus, we arrived at our little hotel to ...