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... visitors a year. Never heard of it, neither had I but Wendy has an uncanny knack of finding these far flung places to visit. The park is famous for hundreds of waterfalls and a massive multilevel lake system with the turquoise colour typical of a limestone base and H2O doctored with a healthy dose of calcium carbonate and magnesium carbonate. We took the boat ride over the main lake in fog and drizzle then a road train to the top of our descent to be met by rolling ...
... over the 'net (Oryx - not exactly a well known name in the business) may have been too good to be true after all!
Finally, after lugging our bags over the cobbled streets of Porec (difficult for Mark, as his bag only has one wheel, courtesy Ljubjlana airport - sorry Tamara) we found a competing car rental place, who gave us dodgy directions, but at least they were directions. And, I might point out, the street was like ...
Plitvice, 13 degrees, overcast
Saw the sun rise today and then experienced a little in the morning but was cloudy for the rest of the day. Family were not initially excited about being at the park when it opened at 8.00 but saw good reasons later.
Plitvice national park as I mentioned yesterday has been around since 1949. There are a number of walking routes through the park and its 16 lakes that are all interconnected and are of ...
... people went more than once I am sure could figure out that you didn’t have to pay if you didn’t want to. (But then you couldn’t take the train or bus. But when you take into consideration the number of people that visit each day (tens of thousands literally) and the cost of 20Euro per person; the amount of money they are raking in is phenomenal. I clearly need to own my own national park.
The thing that amazed me was the signs everywhere (and online) ...
... a fish, chicken and steak BBQ with roasted vegetables, turkish coffee and local pastries. (Met a young Aussie boy at dinner who now lives in LA and was over to do the sound for a music festival in Split.)
We enjoyed everything about our visit to Plitvice, except the shortness of our stay-and the fact that we didn't see a bear!!!!