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... rain comes down and there is thunder and lighting. This weather kind of went on for the rest of the day and into the night.
We had dinner at the restaurant of the campground and walked around the campground a bit before it came pouring down again. We made it back just in time.
Now I'm in the tent writing this blog to the heavy sound of rain and thunder.
We have most of our things packed for tomorrow, because we will be moving on to the area of Split on the coast.
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
We visited Plitvica (the Fairy Tale Lakes) on our way to the coast today. It is a place in one of Croatia's National Parks
that is amazingly beautiful!
We walked on this path leading across some lakes made of lumber nailed together. And we saw hundreds of ...
... goods to live with, meant there has been vast quantities of glassware found in this region in burial sites. The quality and number of pieces was staggering. Very thin and finely crafted glass, both utility and decorative. Also a creation of miniatures of many personal items, beauty tools and jewellery. I would have liked a number of these pieces for myself. The glassblower offered a number of demonstrations over the day. We saw one when a school group was visiting and at ...
... br> That first day, Karen, Ben and I walked round some of the lakes before heading up a very steep set of steps up the hillside for possibly the best views of the trip, looking down onto the lakes. We ended the day with a quick boat trip across the lake back to the hotel.
Dinner that night was possibly the best of the trip - certainly the best to that point. The hotel ...
... choose the hiking option that stated 3-4 hours, figuring that would give us enough time to get a good feel for the place (and we didn’t know how busy it would be!). Our first step was to take a short boat, and then long boat, across the turquoise waters of the Upper lakes – it was so amazingly clear, and such a brilliant colour, it’s hard to describe!
Once off at the lower lakes region, we ...