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We finally made it to Camp Zasavica at around 6pm and i was really (kind of) tired. We were met by a big chubby man with a mustache who told us he was happy to see us and started waving his arms. I thought it was the police, but it turns out he's the local welcome ambassador and everybody calls him "Director" because he sits in a fancy chair. Anyway, it was well worth the drive, Herman had followed the easy signs from the highway, and the park is beautiful. The campsite is all dicky and spotless, with fab showers and those low flow toilets the Greens keep threatening to install all over London. Well Camp Zasavica is totally modern, with automatic sensor water faucets and showers so there's no water wasted, and they have their own solar panels on the roof of the Town Hall, which is like this big brick open walled play room with a fireplace and the kids immediately jumped all over the benches and tables. Everything was made of solid oak, like a Bigfoot's living room, and you couldn't move a thing in there without three guys like Herman. The camp grounds are pretty big, and we found a spot in the shade, with plenty of space for lawnchairs and the kids badminton net and our barbecue and Dennis to run around (Dennis is our black Lab), and Mr. Pokey (that's our rare Burmese turtle we keep as a service animal for Herman's autism.) So when we finally heard about the fisherman's bog, the donkey farm, and the petting zoo (complete with rare Ukrainian long horned cattle!), we postponed the kids' dental appointments, and stayed the rest of the week. Check out my facebook page for pictures with the kids riding the donkeys, they're adorable.
Love the close contact with pure, unspoilt countrysides and wetlands.
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