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... the water covered the ground so deep in places that the trees looked as though they were growing out of a giant lake, and the water swooshed as we drove through it. There was so much flooding, I even joked about swimming back. All up, there are 16 lakes in the park. From the station we walked along to a dirt track that connected onto a boardwalk that took us past some of the upper lakes and waterfalls. I was expecting the lakes to be muddied brown from the ...
... cooked in a green pepper and tomatoe sauce) which despite its scary look was rather tasty, and then moved on in the golf.
Passing under one such mountain (About 20 minutes in a tunnel) we emerged the other side to a completely different landscape. Although the ground was still clearly made up entirely of rock, the vegetation got lusher.
Upon our journey we came across a few large outcrops of rocks, all of which had names. Due to the flat, barren, ...
... lots of laughs and good times! Our favourite meals of course fresh seafood and also Peka- a slow roasted veal and potato feast! Every meal was accompanied by varieties of Raikia plum, cherry, sage...(I don't ever want to drink it again its awful! Haha)
- Slap: waterfall
- Zivjeli: Cheers!
- Hvala: thankyou (same ...
... stepped falls we walked directly beside and over from the morning. The big ones were still worth seeing though. A day of incredible views and great hiking the lack of available food, the heat (I would not be surprised if it was 40 or high 30s) and several low blood sugars made me a pretty unfortunate version of myself. Add a dinner that consisted of too dry pork and mushy frozen beans, because that was what was gluten free in the ...
... early evening our first thoughts were to get to our apartment so we could drop off our backpacks, settle in for the evening before getting up early to have a long day exploring the lakes. Luckily a taxi pulled up and gave us a lift to our apartment at Etno House, his name was Janko and he told us that if we were heading to split, it would cost us only 40 kuna more than the bus if he has a full car (it was a mini ...