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Travel Blogs from Rakovica
... yesterday's walk to the highest point we saw a road which appeared to run down the other side of the park, and we were determined to find the start of this today and explore. We were in luck in the next half hour as we found a store open to buy food and the road I had been searching for. The drive allowed us to see the end (or start maybe) of the huge deep gash through rock hills that makes up this lake system and drive through a quiet country road with dappled light from ...
... but we still stopped at a few coastal towns (Zadar & Trogir) on the way for some sightseeing en route to our final destination, the city of Spilt. Here the sun finally broke through the clouds as we explored the maze of streets inside the walls of Diocletian's Palace, which is the heart of the city. Inside the palace is a public square in front of a massive church. Here we found a big party, with groups of men singing and drinking to some wonderful music. We soon ...
... 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 ...
beautiful day as we headed to breakfast.
Today we are going to explore Croatia and Europe's natural wonder,
Plitvice Lakes National Park. The only
word I could think of when describing Plitvice is STUNNING! A series of 16 beautiful lakes with hundreds
of waterfalls cascading down into crystal clear blue water. The waterfalls ranged from two feet to the
big falls at over ...
... so we currently have no running water in the caravan. Not a massive deal as all the camp sights have water but we'll keep a look out for caravan shops on route! The rest of the day was spent lounging in the sun and of course there was a trip to Cafe Ana- where the barman knew our order!
The following day we packed up and headed inland, waving goodbye to the beach (very sad there will be no more beaching for the rest of the ...