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After a great night sleep, we woke to sunshine and lots of wind. We looked out to the Adriatic Sea and the waves were definitely rolling. Since part of our bike trip will be taking a boat between islands, we were glad we had picked up some Dramamine before we left. Puking my guts out on a boat does not sound like fun and that would be exactly what I would be doing with a few waves.
We went down to the main restaurant for ...
... about Cdn$ 7.20).
After dinner some of the group chatted a bit, but most returned to their rooms fairly soon and I imagine everyone else is a bit tired too and just wants to unwind. There’s no air conditioning at the hotel as the climate is generally quite cool in this area. I opened the window when I got back to the room and there was a cool gentle breeze which made the room just about right.
2014 Sept. 20 - Saturday
September 5th, 2014
I officially started my Croatian trip at Plitvice Lakes with my good friend Rebeca (who will be studying in Venice with me) and my mom. The weather in the morning was a bit rainy, but we decided to hike to the lakes anyways. When we reached the park, we were told that the lakes were flooded and many of the walkways were closed off (due to fact that they were ...
... again. Played Uno while we waited. Stopped off at a few more services (my credit card was still refused at all ATMs - texted mum to get it unblocked). Eventually got to Plitvice National Park and wandered around for a bit (although only to the markets and info centre) before starting our BBQ supper. All the while it continued to rain which wasn't so great. A stray ...
... carbonate that settles and sticks to everything
in the water like a silver layer. Deposits of calcium carbonate build
dams and that is how lakes, cascades, and waterfalls are created. Where
there is more oxygen, there is more abundant deposition. Calcium