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Today was my first day to start actually start exploring Croatia. The morning started off pretty interesting, with Patty and I leaving to go for a walk around 7:30 in the morning. We walked to a nearby residential area and found a really cool swimming area, complete with our own swimming ladder and cool views of an abandoned building.  
  
Now this was the actual interesting part. When we started our walk we could see that the rain clouds were coming in, and by that I mean BLACK clouds. We figured we were going to get wet, but really weren’t too worried. What we didn’t expect wasn’t getting absolutely DRENCHED. And honestly it didn’t bother me that much, being from Western Washington and all. Mostly because just ended up wet and with a big smile my face (: How fun and crazy to see a waterfall coming down the front steps!


Shortly after the rain (and my nature shower!) the clouds parted and the sun came out. Not too hot but definitely humid! After breakfast, we headed to our first castle: The Kamerengo Castle.

What we now see is an edition to a fortress built by the Venetians in 1380. It was later added too 1420. I don’t think I’ve ever been to something so old and with such history surrounding it.


 

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