Licka Kapa Pension
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... a really windy, narrow winding road. Felt like a rally car driver n our Mario cart stick shift fiat.
cave was kind of small, not very interesting. Tour from Croat of cave was interesting. Only us and one other couple... From Hawaii but living in Hungary for 1 month. Guide later blamed American army and government for his fellow tour guides cancer, stating that our army is in the hills and everyone thinks we dropped uranium ...
... hour. So off we went, to the only communal area indoors on the campsite: the restaurant. When the hour was up, Dave came to tell us that Mick couldn't fix the bus and a mechanic was on his way out, but wouldn't be here until 4pm, so our day trip to the Plitvice Lakes was cancelled. As he refunded our money for the entry fee a few of us somewhat better prepared folk discussed wether or not to walk the supposed 5 km up the road to the park entrance. In the end it was just ...
... these signs is 50km/h. On the roads connecting the villages the speed limit is 90km/hr. major roads which display directional signs on a blue background the speed is 100km/hr. motorways which display directional signs on a green background the speed is 130km/hr. Riding on the right hand side of the road did not prove to be as problematic as I anticipated and only once in a car park did I turn into the wrong lane. Our tour guide recommended that we run a food and coffee kitty ...
... 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 ...
... the whole thing in about 5 and a half
hours. The scenery was breathtaking, and the walk, though strenuous at times,
was great fun. Due to limited public transport we had to cut it short to be
able to get back to the campsite in time for dinner. A great way to unwind
after the previous cities alcohol binge, and to reconnect with nature and
greenery after countless days in capital cities! And with that it is time to
start heading north again, to Hungary!