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... We walked around most of the lake all the way to the highst lake, Lake Proscanko. That was the end of the trail. We took the bus back to the ferry. We didn't feel like going to the campground yet, so we took the ferry across lake Kozjak to the start of the trail to the lower lakes. I was almost sorry we did. It was so busy and the boat so full... Not much fun, so we took the next ferry back.
There were all these older people who joined us on the ...
... time for dinner and bed. How can driving be more tiring than riding? Well, for me as passenger at least, I think Mark had his hands full driving on the right side of the road, checking for pedestrians at the crossings that seem to be on every corner, driving a manual, and everything else that accompanies driving in a new country. He was very impressed with the extensive tunnels and bridges though.
All set for tomorrow to explore Plitvice ...
... It is packed but service is good. Dianne and I order the veal, Josh has pizza and Bianca the gnocchi. With drinks and dessert to take home (cream slice) the bill is only $75 which is great value. Afternoon siesta lasts the rest of the day although I take a brief drive around the area about 4.00.
Tomorrow we head north toward Slovenia and the north of Italy, but the weather forecast is not great. Next stop Kobarid in Slovenia.
This morning Karen, Ben and I went for another walk around the lakes, this time to another part of the park. The trails are well marked, and mostly on boardwalks so there's little chance of getting lost. It's just hard to lose the crowds at time. But the scenery was as stunning as elsewhere in the park. By this point, Plitvice was my favourite place on the trip, and I can understand ...
... and we were good to go and would call him back to confirm.
It was not.
The bastereds did cancel our booking due to a shortage of cars. The plethora of car hires were also completely out of economy size cars. (But they did have a Alpha Romeo we could hire for 633 Euros). After an hour to sort the fact that we did not in fact have a car, we eventually managed to find a Golf TDI for £150 more. It may be 2 classes up, but if we had been able to ...