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... so grateful that Jason was the one driving today because if it was me I think we surly would have ended up rolling backward downhill!
We drove to our apartment for the night in Slunj, which took about 3 and a half hours, but the last hour was spent on a really narrow, 2-way winding road. The apartment is in a small town about half hour away from one of the main attractions in Croatia, Plitvice National Park, where we will visit tomorrow. ...
So I got the 10:30 AM bus to Plitvice Lakes national park. The bus arrived at around 12:50 PM and cost 90 some kuna. I've decided that buses are really not that great of a way to get around Croatia. They are actually the only public way to go, but the roads here are very windy, and the public buses stop at almost all of the little towns. So it takes forever. It took us almost an hour to drive the last 25 ...
... was for donkeys; literally we soon saw as well as felt. Back in our cute red VW chariot we pressed on to Plitvice. The landscape the freeway passed through was high rocky terrain with many tunnels including the longest mountain tunnel we have ever been in. 5.5 kms. We started to wonder if we would ever come out of the dark. Soon after this stage, maybe 20 kms, when we turned off the freeway the landscape changed to agriculture areas not dissimilar to parts ...
... he had to cut his tour short so we had time to
have dinner and be driven back to the hotel with our driver’s allotted hours. It
was a fascinating tour though, and Sofia is a stunning city. I did not expect
it at all, but then I knew very little about Bulgaria coming into this trip.
Interestingly, while we were there, a protest was taking place. 26 days prior
to our visiting Sofia, the people elected in a minority government. Several
other parties, ...
... to enjoy our final few moments at such a beautiful place.
After exiting the parks we went to one of the hotels and got something for dinner as we had worked up an appetite. Glad we didn't stay at one of these as they were ugly buildings, commercialised and dated. After this we had a couple of beers back at the apartment and again sat outside in the country air chatting about the wonders we had seen that day.