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Travel Blogs from Rakovica
... benefit to have less crowding. Michael went for a contemplative moment on the rocky outcrop again; a last highest view of this beautiful lake system. Our walk today was to cover some areas we enjoyed yesterday and parts we had not had a chance to cover with the track winding different ways. The Supljara Cave was steeper and deeper than it looked from afar, and gave us our 2nd cardiac workout for the day- the second came later when we had to go up all the steps again to the ...
... opened until 10 and 11pm! A really cool playground for kids and lots of things to do. There are a few people here but we are by no means cramped at all. Tomorrow we are going to enquire about hiring kayaks and go for an adventure.
So we set up camp with our two tents and tarp , had a little wander around and then ate our wraps with beans, corn mushroom, tomato spread and cheese spread with chives. Paul also had pepperoni. Was nice. Then we had hot showers ..what a luxury and went to ...
... disappeared behind the mountains. Beautiful! Our last full day in Croatia is today and unfortunately most of that has to be spent driving back to Zagreb. But it is kind of nice sitting here in the warmth of the car and noticing the slow change in scenery from the rockiness of the coastal mountains to the green lush forest of those of central Croatia. If only we had time we would have loved to go further south down the coast where it seemed to promise more sunshine - maybe next ...
... next day we walked the trails around these pristine lakes with their many waterfalls. Swimming is not allowed as they want to protect the waters of the lakes from sunscreen and the natural oils from hair and skin etc. This is a forested mountainous area, misty and cool, very different from the warm and dry ...
Along this final leg we reached the spot of the big falls, 250 in
height, a stunning sight. The first leg
was not crowded at all, mostly our group, meeting few people coming the
opposite way. The paths were for the
most part wooden plank walkways with not a whole lot of room for two way
traffic. The second leg was much more
crowded as the school kid field days were coming from the main parking area we