Sobe San Korana
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TripAdvisor Reviews Sobe San Korana Plitvice Lakes National Park
Travel Blogs from Plitvice Lakes National Park
... hopped on the bus that would take us to the bus terminal. It was easy to find since A. This airport was really small and B. Because this was the only bus in sight. Arriving at the bus station in a quick 30ish minutes. Well I guess I really didn't know what to expect. It was just so unorganized!! There was an interesting backpacking group just sprawled every where with their gear and needless to say they were pretty messed up... Nothing was marked and everything was ...
... some stage during the day. We weren't sure what would be available during the day.
We were met by an ever so friendly and personable tour guide; he was so funny and provided some good entertainment along the journey. On our way by 8am, I knew it was going to be a bit of a drive to the National Park but it was a longer than I realised. Didn't matter....I've finally got into a new book on my Kobo and the bus was relatively ...
... poque villas along the Kvarner Gulf, before heading inland to the deep greens and blues of Croatia's water wonderland and one of Europe's premier nature preserves: Plitvice Lakes National Park (where we slept).
Group dinner at Hotel Plitvice. Chicken, french fries, tomato soup, dessert.
... The Best Preserved. No matter what it is, it is flat out amazing to walk around something that old, and we LOVE Roman Ruins. Never pass up a chance to see Roman Ruins, that's our traveler's creed. It's been a long time since we've gotten to see any Roman Ruins because for some reason they don't have any in South East Asia. We had free time to walk around the city and scope out additional Roman Ruins. It is just amazing that in ...
... and this is the point where the video in the pictures is from. Just in front of the low waterfalls was some seafoam that had collected. We used this as a photo-op, and then kept right along. Back across the lake to the original side we started on, we again reached a fork in the path.
We choose to go to the left, and climb up into a cave. A series of caves might be a better way to describe it. They didn't photograph very well, but they were quite impressive (and ...