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Leave Budapest 6 am.
arrive Zagreb 1 pm
taxi to airport then rent car
2 hour drive to hotel near national park, central Croatia. Stopped at restraint on road for lunch. Had four small trout whole and some rice. Amazing.
Hotel is actually a room in someone's house. Great location, awesome view of countryside from room. 10 min from park, we will go tomorrow.
wife told us to go to Barac cave, close to the house got ...
... and I was horrified at the number of people wearing jeans, and heaven forbid, who were even venturing out without raincoats. We made our filled rolls in the baggage compartments under the bus, as that was the only shelter available, and clambered onto the bus. After a few goes of starting the engine and stalling, we all knew that something was wrong, so we weren't surprised when the Dave said the bus was broken, that Mick was going to try to fix it and to come back ...
... bar one decided to stay with the group. Our route took us through Ivancna Gorica, Soteska, Crnomelj, Metlika and Karlovac. A total of 225km riding. There are very few speed signs on the road and you drive to the speed appropriate to the area you are in. What I mean by that is as you approach a village the name of the village will be displayed in black on a yellow sign and on departing the village a similar sign will be displayed with a red diagonal line through it. The speed ...
... and turquoise, and the water is so clear that at times you can hardly see it. The waterfalls are lovely and varied - some big and tall, falling from great heights to send spray out onto the tourists. Others small, tumbling over grass and rocks. Surrounding the water are hills with forests, and cliffs. The whole park is beautiful, glorious in the sunshine, but still stunning ...
... visible in destroyed
buildings within the city walls. Approximately 80% of the cities structures received
a direct hit from shells during the Yugoslavian War, as the enemy had set up
camp at the cable car station on the hill directly above Dubrovnik and had a
clear shot into the town. Lots of alcohol, lots of carbs, dehydration and exercise
don’t make a good mix, so after the city walls we headed back to the hotel to
sort out our lives before bed and ...