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... road, and that was the main
route. While on the motorway there were signs for bears & wolves, though we
didn’t see any. I drove for 140 miles on the motorway, it’s the first time in
days I haven’t felt intimidated by the crazy drivers. Very, very windy up on
the top but again, fantastic views, not a bit like motorways at home.
We reached Pitvice Lakes (Unesco World Heritage Site) just before 1pm. It looked busy ...
... site. It turned out when we arrived that the restaurant and bar had closed for the season as of September 30. Also the place was advertised as having free WiFi, but it didn't really work in the rooms. The woman who ran the hotel didn't seem to have enough English (or German or French) for me to explain to her that ...
... were still visible on many of the buildings, with bullet holes and abandoned buildings along the route. We managed to find our accommodation the old fashioned way (google maps doesn’t exist in Bosnia apart from main roads), and had a great chat with the owner about Sarajevo. That evening we had a stroll around town which was packed due to the end of Ramadan a few days previous. Our first impressions were great, with a really nice old town and a good vibe around the place.
Plitvice National Park is another Croatian World Heritage wonder and had been on my radar ever since I saw its photo in the front of my LP. But getting there in the middle of winter was a lot harder than the Travellers Bible suggested. I was in Split and didn't particularly want to spend a night in Zadar or Zagreb if I could avoid it. I'd found that there was a night train leaving Zagreb at 4pm daily which would have me in Budapest by 10:15pm, and ...
... br> I made sure I was back at the bus early this time and we continued on about 20 more minutes to Plitvice. The hotel is actually inside the National Park area so after checking in we headed straight to the park to purchase our tickets.
Firstly, we caught the boat from the jetty into the park itself and started a tour around the upper lakes for a couple of hours. The water in the lakes is a stunning clear turquoise colour abundant with fish but it ...