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Plitvice National Park is a wonder of the world, truly! It is a world heritage site and protected form all harm except tourists.
Nature is resilient and it looks like it can take the lava flow of buses bringing endless number of tourists from all over the world for a few hours to be herded through narrow wooden pathways leading over crystal clear water and some places underwater if the rain was too much the previous day.
... in Perth where Barrack street is - really not that hard. We knew we were in the right place when the Mickey Rourke / Gary Busey lookalike yelled out "Mark" as soon as we walked in.
We're all set to go, after Mark nearly rolls the car backwards because he's never worked an electric handbrake before (his main problem: "how am I going to pull a handbrakey?), when it turns out the GPS won't charge up in the car. "Don't worry," they cry, as ...
... air is unpolluted so everyone starts to warm to the task. Bianca works on spotting the biggest fish as well of which we see a few beauties. No fishing of course. The early sun disappears which is a little disappointing but any rain holds off at this stage. We see the large falls and circumvent two of the smaller lakes.
We reach the first comfort station and restaurant which has a fire going. We head in for a hot drink which is very welcome. In ...
... left over pizza from the night before. Pizza? For breakfast? What a brilliant idea. Especially when it is 5am and you are sleep deprived.
After 2 hours of waiting we boarded and headed out on the plane where Rush excitedly tried to get me to see the islands forgetting that I was in the middle seat and could see the wing. And the sky. Not, islands. He then proceeded to push my head down to see the islands, accomplishing me looking at the sky and Rusher looking like ...
On a lighter note, I've suddenly aquired a very strange habit of giving people the thumbs-up. I don't know where it came from and yes, it's a little embarrasing. Any time somebody tries to communicate with us apparently a smile or nod isn't good enough for me, in my awkwardness I automatically whip out the good ole fashion thumbs-up. Don, on the other hand, thinks everyone is trying to steal our camera:).