Travel Blogs from Plitvice Lakes National Park
... of the park haha) so we continued on through the tracks. We had one of the guys from Brisbane with us - Will, so the 3 of us just kept trekking. By this time the weather actually started to clear up and the sun came out, so our good camera came out and we started to actually get some reasonable photos haha!
We we ended up finishing the tracks at about 3.30pm so we walked into a near by cafe and ordered coffees as we were freezing cold! (Our shoes were ...
... is an impressive audiovisual experience and makes it one of the most visited falls.The fundamental phenomenon of the Plitvice Lakes is sedra or travertine. Running through rocks, karst water dissolves calcium carbonate that settles and sticks to everything in the water like a ...
... br> We rode the shuttle to the top of the mountain where the smallest lake was, and then we followed the trail which ran right next to
the medium sized lake, and then the largest lake of them all at the bottom. The lakes were joined by waterfalls, and I only took
about a million ...
... they take, one that goes straight across and one that goes down the lake to another jetty. We took the ferry that was there and it went straight across. As it turns out, I think this was the best way to do it as although this route was beautiful the views on the second route are even more stunning and kind of made it best till last. After the short trip across the lake we started ascending the little wooden walkways ...
... distinct eastern European red triangle shaped roofs. Some of the homes we saw still bear the cement patched bullet holes in their walls. The further away we got from the highway, the more these scars became apparent. More and more abandoned homes could be spotted in a state of total disrepair looking tired with their roofs caved in and untreated bullet hole war wounds on full display.
As we got closer to the national ...
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