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... Lots of fish, and dragonflies that look like butterflies until they stopped flying. Took a bunch of photos and got to edit (dump) a lot of them later. interesting walkway made of split logs.
At the halfway point (about 2 1/4 hours) we got an electric boat to a lunch stop, then off again for the second leg. Another 2 1/2 hours walk/stroll and then back on the truck with a heap of drunken Croatians and back to the bike.
A very cool experience, and a privilege ...
... early to the station on a Sunday and 3) the weather forecast is for rain tomorrow and less rain on Monday. We might stay an extra night here and shave off a night somewhere else.
I'm feeling great tonight, like our Adventure has truly begun...all this tourist destination stuff we've been doing, it was all very nice, but here we are in Sarajevo! How cool is that....how many Brits get to see the wonders of Sarajevo?
... everyone else up in our hotel as we all drank way too much of our own (plus Craig's) alcohol and laughed at the drunken PDA and sleeping Charlotte.
Needless to say the bus the next day was average - but a lie on beautiful grass in the sun seemed to recharge us - Captain Planet style - and we were ready for the best weather day we had had in ages at the best beach I had seen in ages followed by the craziest night out in ages.
Sunny beach, Bulgaria, was awesome, ...
... the exhibit. This morning we picked up a rental car (another Bosnian adventure) and left Sarajevo, although we'll return in a couple of days. The purpose of getting a car was to drive six hours back to Croatia and more specifically Plitvice National Park since our experience wasn't a fun one a few weeks back when the rain, cold, and wind put a damper on our visit. However, on the way, our plan was to stop in a small town called Visoko, which is famous ...
... to protect Bosnian civilians during the war. He praised the U.S. for our bombing of Belgrade and our role in helping to end the war. It was one of the few times on this trip that we didn't feel guilty, sheepish or ambivalent about our military presence abroad.
The next day we continued our history lesson with a visit to the Sarajevo History Museum. It was a sad, dilapidated, unheated museum. (The beautiful National Museum next door was closed ...