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... and turquoise lakes. With our handy GPS from the car rental place we put in the address and headed out. Unfortunately, it kept taking us back to the hotel. So, we got out the handy Rick Steves book (never go to Europe without one) and followed his instructions. Once we got back on the right track, Ken continued to play with the GPS and we finally thought we had it right. After 120 miles on A1, it told us to exit…which ...
... of the incredible Zadar city. Pulled my lil suitcase along the slippery smoothe stoned pavement and arrived at Zara City Apartments excited about my flash hotel room and first night in Zadar. I checked in and paid my 1190kuna and waited for this man that was supposedly meant to come pick me up and take me to my apartment? A ratty haired Croatian woman who was dressed like a prostitute and spoke 'little English' picked me up and walked me 5 minutes down the street to a scummy ...
... Ten minutes into the walk it became clear to me that perhaps my dress code was not going to be up to the task. The Dragons wind jacket was not as waterproof as I had given it credit as a sense of wetness was making its way down each arm and down my back. The shorts and socks had already lost their dry crispness and there was no turning back. Once I’d accepted though that I was simply going to get soaked in the pursuit of this venture it suddenly didn’t seem so ...
... spotted browns. We saw a little frog making plenty of noise, puffing up 2 sacks on each side of his throat to make his loud chorus. Then their were the little field mice, heaps of them. And not shy. We all enjoyed watching them race in an out of little tunnels in the side of a path, less than a meter away from us. Oh, they had the cutest faces!
It took us a good 2 hours to walk down through the upper lakes. I highly recommend doing this part of the walk. ...
... side of the entrance gate! (Others in our tour group later dubbed this "the secret track"). The Guide Law dictates that I should be honest and trustworthy, so even though I could have explored the park for free I went and paid the entry fee. Just as well I did because I found out that half the park was closed due to the weather including the boat, and that the only way to get around today was by the 'train' (like the ones you see in botanical gardens), and that you ...