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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.
... you all doing here then? Caleb asked for a toilette, the three ladies consulted and came up with the response of driving to the other gate 10KM away. So of course Caleb strolled out towards the nearest tree :) It was sunny and warm so we did have some time to kick the ball around a little. Caleb managed to kick his ball over a 20 foot fence and hit an ambulance - fantastic! At the entrance to the park we were told you could drive 4KM down to see ...
... for the day anyways! The view was well worth it. The boat also stopped in a village on one of the islands where we decided to just get some ice cream and not get back in the water. The whole trip was excellent. I enjoyed being out on the water and seeing some great scenery.
The next national park we visited was called Paklenica National Park. We got up early and took the bus there. Doug rock climbed while I went for a hike. The mountains are amazing there. They are ...
... the impressive Morske orgulje (sea organ), a series of steps that play music as the wind blows, and the Pozdrav suncu (Greeting to the Sun), a large solar calendar that houses photovoltaic cells.
Overall, our trip to Croatia, while not bringing with it the best weather, gave us a great look at some varied locales across the country. And, as far as Božava goes, I really could have stayed there indefinitely. You know, except for the ATM ...
We arrived in Zagreb on May Day. We had missed the parade but the whole town ( less than 1 million) were at the park for the festivities. We joined in and had a nice time wandering the truely lovely park. I just prefer parks that are a little 'wild' rather than manicured to within an inch of their life.
Next day we visited all the 'old stuff'. One interesting museum was the Museum of ...