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After a great cooked breakfast and home made jams by Marija we headed back to Rastoke, a small milling town, thanks to Bruno, our bike guide in Zagreb who told us about this village. It was soooo cute. Water ways run thru the entire village and smaller waterfalls are every where. Even the cafe terrace we sat at hung over a waterfall. There is a large river below the village capturing all the water flow. You can't describe how lovely this was.
The road trip continued to ...
... one-way, diesel Fiat Doblo to Rijeka. We loaded up the car/van and drove northward toward Plitvice. All of this was done in rain. We arranged for three drivers and I got the first segment of the drive. We passed through some of the most amazing rain showers in terms of amount and intensity. We drove past Plitvice and checked into House Tina. Since many of the boardwalks were under water with the recent rains, we drove on the side road up to the top of the large falls. We viewed ...
On the road to the Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia there are signs for bears and wolves similar to deer in UK. While waiting for our Park tickets, in front of us were 3 young bouncing, smart French youths who spoke a smattering of English. One asked the ticket girl if they could see bears. She replied yes and he very excitedly asked where. Her reply was, "In a zoo." Took the wind right out of his ...
... towards the boat to try and track everyone down. On the way we bumped into two of my friends from Sydney, Bec and Liam, who had been sailing around as well. We promised to meet up with them the next night, said goodbye and headed to our boat. We found most people sitting up on deck, too tired to brave the town. After chatting for a while and saying our goodbyes Joe and I we straight back to the apartment and straight to bed. ...
... the coast of Portugal, so it was cool to practise my Portuguese on a very different accent! Split, being on the coast, is well known for its seafood, so I had a really good (but enormous) seafood risotto, and discovered that I like mussels (when they are with other things, not slivering out of their shell haha)
We walked back along the cool waterfront and then had a couple of beers back in the hostel.
30 April 2013