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... not have happened at all through the trip!
Further down the road we happened to be turned down a 1.5 car wide road by sat nav lady.... Maybe she still wasn't that happy with being overworked the past few weeks! But a little more cruising down the road, and ducking and weaving past a few trucks and cars and we stumbled across what looked to be a gypsy camp! The rain was still falling solidly and it looked bleak down there! Another 500m up the road and we realised ...
... them, but no... We ooohhhed and aaaahhhed just like everybody else there. The trail was made of logs you can walk on. It went over little waterfalls, streams and swamps, between the lakes. The water was cristal clear and ice to turquoise blue. You could clearly see the fish swimming.
At a certain time during the morning, we started to understand what was meant with busses loaded with tourists. Horrible! The really do not look where they are going or ...
... Split, which is crazy. And it's not super cheap either - $20 each time for a couple of hours.
Anyways, I went to the Plitvice Lakes National Park. Got there at about 1 pm, thought I'd have a couple of hours, maybe stay until 5 or 6 and then take the bus on to Split. The weather has taken a bit of a turn for the worse, so it was misting (and outright raining during some parts of the bus rides), but I ...
... Green pastures, rolled hay bale in paddocks. An easy pleasant drive and then the task of finding our accommodation as Tom Tom did not recognise the address. The private accommodation around the park is all Swiss chalet style houses with a number of apartments in each. All very organised with clear numbering, you just need to find where off the main road it starts. Plitvice is the largest single attraction in Croatia with people streaming in every day. I ...
... the minority’s weakness, joined forces and took over
government, essentially reintroducing Communism to Bulgaria. This is what the
people were protesting, which made it a little noisy when we came through the
main square on our walking tour, but it was also a great example of a peaceful
protest. I just hope the people of Bulgaria get what they deserve and want out
of their politics.
Local tour finished, we headed to a grill restaurant for