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The name comes ...
... 243;żne , ale bardzo dużo Niemców i Polaków. Natomiast od momentu kiedy weszliśmy na szlak prowadzący w górę dookoła jezior, to zrobiło sie zupełnie luźno. Zwiedzanie jezior zajęło nam około 5,5 h i musimy przyznać, że nogi bolały nas nieźle. Na wylocie Parku zjedliśmy lody i dalej na południe w stronę ...
... day on the bus!
Tour Days 35 – 36:
Off to quieter territory today! Still in Croatia, but off to
the Plitvice Lakes, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Basically the Plitvice Lakes
are a huge lake system of beautiful crystal blue lakes set in a lush green
backdrop. There are options for heaps of different length walks, as well as
boat roads and a road train to get you around the park. We chose to take on the
6 – 8 hour walk, and ...
... the number of tourists that tramp through the cave and the lighting that is constantly being turned on an off for the tours. But as the guide said, they seem to have got used to it over the last nine years although most of the 200 odd that live in the cave roost away from the tourist trail. Needless to say I was very happy at the end of the tour! We climbed back in the car and waved goodbye to Boran on our third day and drove down to the Croatian coast. Again it was ...
... 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.