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... there and able to experience such an amazing thing! The last two wires were very similar, but slightly slower, so allowed more time to take in the views, whilst flying through the air feeling once again, on top of the world. At the end of this, and after the short hike back down to the jeep to take us back down the mountain, we met Luka and then went to pick up the group who had been rafting. From here, we went down to 'test the temperature' of a small and sadly mostly dried ...
... some photos. So I have no photos of Radovlica to jog my memory but I do remember it was a medieval town and that it was famous for honey; ironically I never tried their famous honey. Who goes to a village and doesn't try what the village is famous for? Yes people, that would be me. If I ever visit there again, I will rectify the situation. :) It was such a quaint and charming place and it had the most bewitching view. I think, from memory, it was of this vineyard or farm. ...
... and fear barrier in Singapore at Universal Studios, both kids were very excited about zooming down the hill/mountain. The run looked rather quiet, so we paid for the tickets (3 runs for the price of 2) and jumped onto the chairlift to take us up to the start. First run, Jennine took Sassy and I went with Chloe. After getting familiar with the run and toboggan controls, Sassy and I went solo while Jennine took Chloe down. The last run Sassy wanted to go faster, so I took her ...
... but we topped our bottles and it tasted fine. (No more buying water for us).
The second part of the trip involved a 20 minute hike up to the view point for Lake Bled, as you can see from the pictures it was well worth it, the views were stunning and you could see the lake in all it's glory; the alps in the background, the island and church in the middle and the old castle to the left. We got a bit camera happy here and took so many photos, including our ...
... to the top of the tallest tower, and taking in an exhibit on the history of Slovenia. We finished our castle tour with an amazing lunch in the castle courtyard, dining in one of Slovenia’s best restaurants. We thought that we would spend just a few hours in the castle, but by the time we had strolled around the park just outside and worked our way back down the hill, we realized that we had spent the better part of our first day there. ...