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... thinly sliced raw fish (not keen), red mullet (our favourite out of the lot), fish liver pâté (strong flavour) and mackerel. We followed this with lobster and pasta but we declined the suggestion to acquaint ourselves with the creature before it met its end. This was tasty, but to be honest I find lobster much over-rated and such a faff to get at the meat, but mopping the sauce up with a chunk of bread was good! I will say that we are enjoying the bread we have ...
... carbonate that settles and sticks to everything
in the water like a silver layer. Deposits of calcium carbonate build
dams and that is how lakes, cascades, and waterfalls are created. Where
there is more oxygen, there is more abundant deposition. Calcium
... of snow. Even if the lakes prove to be disappointing, the drive has been worth it.
After an hour or so we made it to the national park area and eventually found the information kiosk to enter the park (Croatia isn't real big on clear signage). We listened really carefully to the ticket seller and finally deduced that the entry ticket (10 euros each) entitled us to a 1 1/2 hour self guided hike down to the valley floor, along a ...
As you make your way down towards the main part of the park you can see within 100m the first set of huge falls. These falls cascade down what must be a good 100- 120m in a range of thin falls. They split the rocks across the entire 30m width of the falls. The red/brown rock that forms the back of these forms provides a great contrast to the streaming water falling to the valley below. We stood and took this sight in commenting on what ...
... but mostly insects, and beautiful beech trees, just starting to turn to orange and drop leaves now while we are here. I was looking but didn't see any bears or wolves!!!! When we arrived to start our walk about 8.30am it was quiet and about 100 people spread from the carpark to the bus-stop at entrance 2. We boarded our bus that started our 5-6 hour trail'H'. Glad to be in the front carriage as our little bus climbed to the start of the trail at 614m, we watched the open mouths of those ...