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... about 4 hours in the car to get to Plitviche National Park in Croatia, home of some amazing lakes, but the travel was not the most uneventful. Firstly we spent about an hour driving in the rain, which was quite steady before we made the Croatian border - which was quite a different experience. Asked to hand over our passports and wondering what was happening - we though all the Euro borders were open! - we were releaved to find a new stamp in our passports - something we ...
... walk around... The break-up of the former country of Yugoslavia was a lengthy process as ethnic rivalries and past history broke out into war, concentration camps, mass murders in many areas of the region. When Croatia declared independence, Serbian and pro-Serbian armies were sent into the country, renewing ethnic battles and atrocities that had begun after WW II. Our mid-afternoon stop was in a small town where they were creating an outdoor museum of armament from ...
... fast as we wound out way south west towards Plitvice. Finally our journey neared our final destination when it appeared we had passed the Caravan/Tourist Park where we were staying for 2 nights. It was a shame I didn’t say anything as Rox suggested to the driver as the bus continued a good 10 minutes up the road before dropping us at the actual park. Instead of being dropped right at the park we would have had at leave 5kms to ...
... Mum stopped him. Did you know that fire salamanders have poison glands in their skin, and can release a neurotoxin that can cause convulsions and possibly death- oh dear.
When we left the apartment the owner, a very nice fellow, gave us some honey from the region, a fridge magnet souvenir and soap- how nice ;)
Što ima novog? (What's new?)
This is Callum reporting from Croatia
Will and I have now cycled more than 1,000 miles! A couple of days ago we reached the Med at the city of Trieste, which is a fairly major milestone in our trip for several reasons.
Physically, as the ride is to be around 2300 miles, we have now reached half way! It's incredibly satisfying seeing a map of Europe and being able to see how far we have already come in the past 3 weeks.
Trieste is also an important milestone for us because everything ...