My blog has been a little quiet over the past 6 or 8 weeks, and for good reason. I was overseas with my wife on our honeymoon. We bounced around a few countries in Europe, saw many amazing cities, trekked in UNESCO Heritage Listed National Parks, sunbaked on some of Europe’s most famous beaches, had some interesting train rides, took a few planes, tried to speak a number of languages (with mixed success), and generally had the times of our lives.
I tried to get back to emails in as timely a fashion as I could, but forgive me if I was a little slow in getting back to you…..I’m sure you’ll understand that I had sun rays to catch whilst reading the latest Chris Ryan book.
I haven’t had an opportunity to go through my photos in any great detail, but here is one of one Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia. This Unesco listed site is the oldest national park in Southeastern Europe, and the largest in Croatia. It was founded in 1949 and is situated in the mountainous karst area of central Croatia, about 2 hours from Zegreb and 3 hours from Split. The protected UNESCO area extends about 73 thousand acres.