Only five minute drive from “Park Mit Allen Sinnen”, you can visit the slides of Rodelbahn Gutach (http://www.sommerrodelbahn-gutach.de/) – and your kids will thank you for sure… This is a metal track built on the side of a hill; You get into the little car, and they pull you up the track. And then they let go…You can control your speed with the hand brake, but I don’t think our children pulled them even once… The slides are open daily from 9:00 till 18:00 in the summer season.
Generally speaking, each man approaching you will eventually ask for money. Whether it's to help you find a certain place, take you to that place, answer a question... It will always be in exchange for money. Take that into account.
Sometimes, it was hard finding the Riad we ordered for the night. It's worth giving a kid some Dirhams in exchange for finding the Riad easily, especially when walking with all the bags.
Day 8 – The Fjord on the Krka River
We were 35 km away from Krka nature reserve and we got there at 8:05 only to discover that the reserve only opens at 9:00. The ticket sales center didn’t give us any answers. The entry fee is 80 Kn (Croatian Kunas) per person.
ATMs, credit and cash: there are no ATMs in Myanmar, and Credit cards and travelers checks are useless as well. I had to withdraw cash (dollars) before I arrived to the country. Most hotels publish their rates in dollars, and sometimes even accept dollars.
You can exchange dollars to local currency (Kyats) in the local banks, or in the main markets and streets or with local travel agents (but its more risky). The banks offer very similar rates to the rates you'll get in the black market, so during my trip I exchanged money only in the banks.