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Spent three hour walking through national park with its spectacular water fall and at least 3000 steep steps.Took a boat ride from one part of the park to another across one of the lakes to make the most of views and waterfalls. Stayed the night at a hotel in the national park.
... I sat at a table by the window as it was nice to watch the rain (without being “in it”), but I could still hear the thunder rolling through the park and wondered how the intrepid hikers were doing. Some of them arrived back at the hotel about 10:45, mostly soaking wet and in need of a hot coffee. The remainder of the group are apparently continuing on like “troopers”.
I had remarked earlier to one of our group ...
... Park "here's a tree", so we asked if we could start earlier than the rest of the group. This is where I think some of the old communist thinking started to show itself. This whole part of Europe survives off tourism, which means as a tour group we can't go anywhere without a guide, including the National Park, and b/c we were a group of more than 14 (by only 1 mind you), we have to travel off a group ticket under the direction of a local guide. ...
... seat, could've been cosy ;)
Turns out Bruno is a cool guy.
A windy couple of hours later after listening to epic old school beats we arrived at Plitvice Lakes which is pronounced Plitvitchka. The driver told us where to meet him in 4 hours and we lined up for 20 minutes to buy our 180kuna tickets then Bruno and I got some beverages for our hike & set off on our own because the others left us. We walked to where the bus was and then drove up the national park, ...
... your feet. Really cool and such a brilliant idea. We took more photos here of us sitting on the steps with the water flowing underneath. From Melo we cut inside the path heading back towards the west side of all the lakes where we headed to the shuttle but stop at the back of the National Park. This shuttle bus allows people who cannot walk through the park access but was also going to allow us more time in other parts. We had loved walking so far but ...