Travel Blogs from Plitvice Lakes National Park
Ode to the Burek
Burek, Burek, Burek,
You are such a yummy little treat,
Wrapped in crispy phyllo,
And stuffed with cheese, spinach, or meat,
So cheap and so filling,
You're the pinnacle of culinary perfection,
Satiating my hunger,
While offering a quiet moment of reflection,
I could …
... 150 for a bloody car hire, we would have rented the car in the first place!
Heading out the landscape reminded me a lot of Kefalonia, or mainland Greece, or even up around Kelowna in Canada. It made me want to tell people in Canada that they should appreciate their barren plot of land as people paid a shitload to visit Croatia to see the same landscape. (And conveniently forget to mention the mass expanses of lush beaches, soft sand, and clear aqualine blue ...
... must see for anyone that is visiting Croatia- its a little bit pricey but worth it. The waterfalls run into clear blue water, all the lakes are different depths and this changes as the park goes through its own natural transformations. There are caves and lots of forestry. The day was stunning and one I will never forget. ...
... Ela's husband Boris at the wheel we were taken across the main lake in the park.
... the lakes and taking in all the stunning scenery for about an hour and a half. Everything had been going swimmingly up to this point, until that is, Mr. massive bee decided to come along. At first we ignored it and moved away but it seemed to take Danny by surprise when it reappeared 20 metres down the path. A little arm flapping later and we heard our first (and luckily only!) SPLOSH of the day. Looking down we saw my film camera floating on the top of the water, ...