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Holy cow, hello Croatia was right! After meeting up with my cousin Mary in London we flew to Zadar, Croatia. Got into Zadar around 2200. Our bus to Plitvice Lakes National Park, left from the bus terminal about a half an hour away at 2300. So leaving no time for error, which is fine since the travel gods are on my side. And on my side they were. We burnt out of that plane, straight to customs, which took us about 10 minutes. Quick bathroom break and exchanged some money ...
I woke up feeling excited this morning...like a little kid going on a school excursion, with our bags packed complete with lollies and drinks. We set off at 7.30 to walk down to St Francis church square where we were to meet our bus. A quick stop at the supermarket for a breakfast yogurt drink and then another stop at a tiny local hot bread shop hidden behind a shop where we bought a couple of large round looking bread roll/doughnuts to ...
... of the statue Madonna, that once stood here but was demolished by communists after the end of World War II, now stands in front of Saint James's Church)
for lunch (turkey, chicken sandwiches (huge)? Senz for J expresso and WC)
where we had time to wander amidst its beautifully manicured parks ...
... closes at 7pm and we weren't the last out!)
Definitely made good use of our afternoon. And loved every minute of the magic, seeing lake after lake and waterfall after waterfall.
We drove back to Marijas house and she had left us a bowl of home made donut holes outside of our rooms which we fell on like piranha's.
We walked down the road to find a restaurant and queued for 1/2 hr, they have a captive market in the countryside, and ...
... Scientific, and Cultural
Organization (UNESCO) also recognized its esthetic, cultural,
biological, and ecological values and included it in the World Heritage
List in 1979.Figure 1The
map of the Plitvice Lakes, the first national park of nature in