The Krizmanic Family B&B
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... our best to communicate. He gave us beers and bread dipped in the juices that fell from the rotisserie pig which was slowly turning into a masterpiece to feed 30 of his friends the next day. He gave me specific instructions on how to build one of these and now I have a mission when I return to Florida. I will build one.
Gave the two little boys each a shark tooth necklace and then retired to bed. Very very cultural evening.
... Split, which is crazy. And it's not super cheap either - $20 each time for a couple of hours.
Anyways, I went to the Plitvice Lakes National Park. Got there at about 1 pm, thought I'd have a couple of hours, maybe stay until 5 or 6 and then take the bus on to Split. The weather has taken a bit of a turn for the worse, so it was misting (and outright raining during some parts of the bus rides), but I ...
... feed in the restaurant of soup, salad and steak/schnitzel. Fully fed, refreshed and hydrated we retired to our little cabin, rugged up again, crawled under the sheets and fell asleep fully satisfied that we had seen one of the true natural wonders of the world.
Anyone visiting this part of the world should do themselves a favour and spend at least a full day here. This was for both Rox and I a huge highlight of all the travel we’ve done!!
... That’s how we roll. From here it was only a short walk back to the hostel via the Marulic Square. This square housed a great building I thought, that looked a little industrial but had real class and grandeur. The building is a fine example of Croatian Art Nouveau (Clearly from the tourist book - couldn’t even spell Nouveau.) On leaving this square we were close to the hostel so we headed back.
Today we were ...
... bags packed and the ladies on board we headed west on our journey to Plitvice. We decided to detour to the north to visit several of the small hill towns that are located in the heart of the Istrian Peninsula. Our first stop was Motovun. This is surreal, medieval town perched on top of a hill that shoots out over the rolling hills that are blanketed by forrest, small farms and vineyards. It is something straight out of Game of Thrones. Built on a hill and surrounded ...