Pool Apartments Plitvice Lakes
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An even earlier start today saw me climbing up the hill at the end of the lake to the viewpoint which is marked on maps but not really talked about in any guide books.
Luckily just as I arrived at what I thought was the turnoff I met a Taiwanese young woman who was heading in the same direction so we compared our maps and set off together.
It was lightly raining when I left but luckily when we reached ...
I know I've been kind of quiet lately. After we came back from Dubrovnik, the weekend was spent relaxing and working on assignments. I went to mass on Sunday with Prof and Momma D at St Anastasia in Zadar. The church is one of 12 in Old Town Zadar and was built in the 12th century. Sunday night was the last night the whole group of students would be together before we all start traveling, so we threw a party in ...
... bed, into the shower and race out the door for the 10 minute walk to the lakes dreaming of greasy fry up bacon & egg bap & a monster. Instead, we were greeted by a mile long que and parma ham and cheese sandwiches. Still mostly asleep I could have beaten the line with my sandwich.
We soon discovered the sandwich was AMAZING!!! And the line was for the suckers who did not have a 2 day pass and we could simply walk through. The security in this place was non-existent ...
Tour Day 30:
Off to Bulgaria! We left nice and early as according to our
tour leader it can often be a bit of a pain trying to get through the
Turkish/Bulgarian border. She wasn't wrong! We sat there for four hours, while
the Turkish side checked all our passports, made us get off the bus, get all of
our bags off so they could be x-rayed, and then drove the entire bus through a
vehicle x-ray. Then we entered no-man’s land between the ...
... think) and continued with a tour through the weird Museum of Broken Relationships - a small display of objects and related stories associated with broken relationships from all around the world - oddly there seemed to be a disproportionate number from Kilkenny, Ireland, a place where we had a real blast..... but I guess not everyone does, or perhaps I should say that these were blasts of a different kind than we had.
After finishing the tour de town, and completing ...