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While most of my Balkans trip has either been on a tour or
using public transportation, I wanted to rent a car for a while in northern
Croatia and Slovenia. After more than three weeks of ‘backpacking” using public
transportation, treks between bus stations and accommodation in cities was
starting to feel a little old. Maybe I’m just getting old, but carrying
everything on my back is starting to get more tiring each year. I find the
... waterfalls were beautiful, but what was also amazing was how crystal-clear the water is. We could see all the way to the bottom everywhere, and could spot hundreds of fish with our bare eyes. The guide said that the water has to stay crystal clear in order to support the delicate ecosystem there, which is why we can't swim in the lake. Just look at the pictures- they say more than I ever could, and they can't even properly capture the ...
... is surely an amazing place with inspiring views and one of the hidden jewels tucked in the Balkans!
1. HRK : Hrvatska (Croatian) Kuna
2.Breakfast bought in a supermarket in Zadar : 21.5 HRK (includes bread, burger, yoghurt, etc)
a)Bus from Zadar to Plitvice : 8:30 hrs -10:15 hrs
Price :100 HRK (Getbybus.com and Prijevoz Knežević)
b)Bus from Plitvice to Zagreb : 17:50 hrs -20:20 hrs
Price: 86 ...
... car, they had found a helpful park employee who had arranged a car to drive them up to the carpark, which had saved Poppy trying to climb up 250 steps (which he had walked down) and a 500m uphill walk to the carpark. We drove them down to Entrance 1, which according to my research, would have a view of the big falls within reasonable walking distance. And thank goodness, within 250m and over perfectly flat cobblestones, there was the lookout.
I am not sure ...
... goods to live with, meant there has been vast quantities of glassware found in this region in burial sites. The quality and number of pieces was staggering. Very thin and finely crafted glass, both utility and decorative. Also a creation of miniatures of many personal items, beauty tools and jewellery. I would have liked a number of these pieces for myself. The glassblower offered a number of demonstrations over the day. We saw one when a school group was visiting and at ...