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... of LED lights at night that makes random patterns in a large 25 meter circle at the end of the sound organ. We've got 2 more nights here and plan on enjoying some more fresh seafood like the fish we had at lunch today. Next stop is Split, Croatia's 2nd largest city. Ana said it's really only worth one day. We'll see. It is a jumping off point for some nearby islands. The ferries from there run year round and we need to decide what we want to see next.
... book about the war period also with some tough looking photos. We were recommended a fish restaurant in the old town and it turned out to be a perfect place for us. Christine had a trio of monk fish, sea bass and St Pierre...while I had a Croatian specialty called pašticada (beef). Zadar is know for its Sea Organ which is where they have installed pipes at the waters edge and as the water moves around it creates music. I went to listen at night. Good ...
... in Malaysia. Again I had the choice of pizza, pasta or seafood for dinner so I had calamari, fries, salad and of course a couply beers then wandered back to the sea wall to see the sun salutation lit up and take photos of the sunset.
There were hundreds of people out and about and so much to see. On my way back to the apartment I watched a fire show and a breakdancing group who were really good it was like real life Magic Mike ;) ...
Tonight, we're staying at our first campsite (up to this point we've been in hotels and one hostel- luxurious living that's for sure). We're right outside the Plitvice Lakes (an UNESCO protected National Park) where we will explore over 16 cascading waterfall/lakes tomorrow! The pics that appear on Google are gorgeous and I expect nothing less for us ...
... h could muster and managed to scramble up his side of the wall. He stood there looking at me and mewing loudly and incessantly as if his little life depended on it. We drove away but it totally broke my heart. We had had him for over 4 hours....it was one of the hardest things I have had to do. The problem was this wee one was only a month old and if someone doesn't feed him, he will die....he is simply too young. It is ...