Last Friday, we went on a weekend long road trip to Karlobag, a coastal town at the foot of mount Velebit. But, to get there, we had to jump over the Velebit, first. The last stop we did, prior to our arrival, was the famous Kubus. It’s a stone monument in honor of one of the historic trade routes over the mountain, made under the Habsburg rule. Of course, we have new, modern roads now. Well, see for yourself, the view was breathtaking as we were 927 meters above the sea surface. I will remember this moment for the rest of my life, God is good.
Not only could we see the entire Velebit channel, but the inland, as well; open space filled with wide fields and hills situated on the top of the mountain. Basically, what we left behind us. This wasn’t my first time crossing it but it sure was the most memorable one. I have a bunch of other photos to show you but, I kinda wanted to share these in a separate post. I am literally in love with this scenic spot and want to build a house there even though my legs were a bit shaky while walking along the narrow stone paths. My friend Saša was basically jumping around carelessly, I don’t know where he gets the courage from. Hehe. Stay tuned for more. God bless! He turned this huge rock into a wonder.