Sobe San Korana
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... s fine I thought, but I wasn't done yet. I went back to bus driver since he was super nice, and we are practically besties and showed him our ticket once again. He must have figured out what had happened at the ticket office (probs happens a lot), so he just told us to wait.. He loaded up all the passengers that had the right tickets, then he motioned for us to come around the back of the bus (out of view of the ticket office). Threw our bags into the bus and motioned for ...
... was now or never! We headed to the Plitvice Lakes with Megan and Tim (a couple from the UK we’d met) - to see what all the fuss was about! It’s hard to really describe the beauty of the Plitvice Lakes - you will just have to go or imagine it through the photos below! The National Park itself comprises 19.5 hectares of worded hills and 16 lakes, all connected by a series of waterfalls and cascades! With all the rain ...
... block, you can have Roman Structures abutting buildings built by the Austro- Hungarian empire, adjacent to buildings built by Musolinni, and capped off with soviet style industrial buildings built during the Yugoslav Era. Heck, we even saw a YUGO. How exciting is that? A real relic there. And to see it all while savoring honey flavored ice cream? Oh what a memory! I go! You go! We all go for Yugo! Now for the healthy living portion ...
... life). We packed up our room, loaded the car and walked to the receptionist office to check out. A woman at the desk told us, "the man who could help us just went out on a quick errand, and would we mind coming back in 10 minutes?" To kill time, we walked across the road to the small market and picked out some breakfast items. Our total for yogurts, a coffee, fruit and a pastry was less than 5 Euros. I could totally get used to Croatia's food prices. We ate our picnic ...
... of motion, separated by a language barrier, as well as a historical one. Intimations of warmth and smiles emerge when we joke, pronounce Croatian words incorrectly but sincerely, or when we look them in the eye. Everything takes more energy - thinking, walking, driving, and speaking from another perspective. Dropping into bed every night, drained, allowing the brain time to absorb all of the information we will probably never truly understand. The beginning ...