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The alarm went off at 4:15 again. Vacationing can be a little like working....but this day it was definitely different than work. We caught an early bus to visit this Unesco World Heritage site before it got too hot or too crowded.
I had attempted to book a tour, they would have included the bus for the 2+ hour trip from Zagreb, admission to the park and a guide. I was unable to get on one because I waited till the day before. I am so glad! It was easy enough to take ...
... Our rooms were old but very comfortable, with nice beds and bathrooms and free WiFi.
We had a buffet dinner after a freshen up - the meals on tour have been extraordinarily good - and time to chat with the others before doing some washing and hitting the sack.
So our tour is nearly at an end - only tomorrow left and it will be a big one, with a city walking tour, a drive out into the country for lunch at a farmhouse and a gala farewell dinner at ...
... Croatians are mostly Catholic, as evidenced by quite a few Nuns who are out and about. Serbia seems to be largely Christian, and the Jews and Muslims are elsewhere in what was previously Yugoslavia. The history of this area is volumeous but also very complex. Not surprisingly, all the fighting was about religious affiliations and also about territory. From what we have seen so far, the Croatians seem happy with the outcome.
... clear. If I wrote a note and left it at the bottom of the lake, you’d still be able to read it. Walking along the boardwalks, you can enjoy the exhilarating sensation of rapids running inches away from your feet as you reach the waterfalls. At times, angry spouts of water would splash up between the wood panels to greet us. The whole area is indescribably beautiful.
After seeing the first half, we took a ferry across the lake to see the rest. On our way to the ...
... they can give you a reservation and that its not all booked up. So Nathan volunteers to run to the train station which is 45 min from our hostel to book our reservation.
When he gets there, the train station is utter chaos haha.. People were running around trying to book last minute reservations for trains that were about to leave. They had a system where you get a ticket from a machine and it gives you a number and you sit down and wait your turn to go up to a ...