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... flushes over your helmet and down the front, eventually dripping down into your chest. Once you are wet all over you are at the mercy of the ice cold wind as you speed along. After this, your hands begin to go numb, making accelerating a clunky barely controlled action. Once your feet lose all feeling, you have to heave your leg upwards in order to pull the gear shift up. In time, the numbness turns to burning, and finally aching pain. Your body shudders ...
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... to Plitvice National Park. We didn't visit any of the beaches here, nor did we jump off the concrete walkway as lots of people seem to do. We spent one full day attempting to use the city's free Wi-Fi to sort out our next direction, as our accommodation had none, and enjoying a lazy Sunday Croatian-style; which involves several glasses of wine and espresso throughout the day.
We spent an entire day hiking ...
... 694,000 people(2012) It is located on the Sava river about 25 km from the border with Slovenia. It is the country's leading industrial city, this includes engineering, metal, textile, food and electrical, electronic, pharmaceutical and chemical industries. There is also a university founded in 1669, colleges and scientific institutions, museums and national theatre. We check into Hotel Laguna which is 2-3 km ...
... we got to meet the guy, and Cat nearly fainted as he shook our hands. She's normally the coolest person I know... apart from when she is star-struck!
Well Friday I had started to develop a rash under my arms, and I felt sick and sleepy. We concluded it was heat rash, or maybe sun stroke, so Saturday daytime we spent the whole day in the tent, drinking litre after litre of water. By the time the evening had come round, I felt much better, the rash under my ...