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... walked to the centre of town. A sign saying Guiness beckoned Rami and he and Tiff were ensconced for the next hour listening on 2GB as it was not televised on any of 10 spots channels. Meanwhile Ben and I explored the town which has a lot of buildings from the 1600s and a castle overlooking the town. It also has a river running through the centre with boat trips.
After collecting a disappointed Rami and Tiffany ...
... that means you Kai)!
And soon we were back in the car and on the road. It was about 2 hours till we reached our destination. When we arrived at Bramado Apartments we found lollies on our beds!!! Mum Lyla and I went for a walk in the woods and found the best plums in the world (not that I like them)!
The next day we headed to Plitvice Lakes. Plitvice Lakes is a multi-levelled lake, with a multitude of waterfalls cascading from ...
... hour of the hike was spectacular (What you saw posted yesterday), but the best was yet to come. The water was so clear you could see meters down and there was fish everywhere around the shores just chillin. Ducks quacking along, sitting on emerged logs, and every 10 minutes another spectacular waterfall smashing into the rocks below.
The pictures I post will be of a million waterfalls and they are all different! The pools and lakes below and beyond are crystal clear and ...
... of the
interesting city of Belgrade. I can’t honestly say it was as beautiful as
Sofia, but we did get a chance to explore an awesome fort overlooking the
river, before checking out the main shopping boulevard.
After a quick refresh at the hotel, we headed out for what
has proven to be one of our most hilarious meals to date! We just randomly
picked a restaurant off the main shopping street, and met the world’s most
entertaining waiter, ...
... form the barriers and dams with new waterfalls being formed constantly - end of lesson from Syd the Science Kid. I also think it is like a plumber's worst nightmare with gallons of water spurting out of every crack in a wall. New Zealand has some beautiful scenery including colored lakes, but in my humble opinion, Plitvice Lakes beats them hands down. Apparently, not many Americans visit this wonderland, but I think it is well worth the visit. Our hotel room faced the park and ...