Adrenaline - Check Open Air Hostel Soca
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Today we went white water rafting with Grandma and Grandad.
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... want to do and our budget.
We book into a lovely quiet apartment overlooking meadows of wildflowers in the town of Ribcev Laz for 3 nights. Our first day is spent on a walk of 4 hour circumnavigating the lake which includes a enchanting forest walk. Again we think we are fit and fabulous until we meet a group of antique walkers that are racing along the path. They put us to shame as they race along chattering in allsorts ...
... We drove to Skocjan Caves which was amazing!! and Chris drove stick shift very successfully- woohoo! Slovenia is a really underrated country- it is absolutely stunning and the people are just so kind! This may be my favorite place now on our trip. We just made it to Ljubljana this evening, did some exploring around the river and had a great dinner at a cute tapas bar close by. More to come soon from ...
... back from the waterfall. I guess if you are skiing and when it's covered in snow it is quite picturesque. In the summer it is at best shabby. The only really good viewpoint is the cable car platform, otherwise it is a place to start walking trails. There is a cafe and a fairly scrubby area with a set of binoculars from where you could see Mount Triglav, the highest mountain in Slovenia, if only it hadn't been covered in cloud! So we waited 30 minutes for the ...
... out of a side road in Hammersmith straight into the front of Optimus and into the windscreen. The guy was being chased by police so Andrew and I deserve 'good civilian' medals for stopping him (*nod). Needless to say, we were a little shaken but we knew we needed to get out, grab the drugs and make a quick escape to mainland Europe. Our plan failed, as did Optimus who has recently been declared a write-off. It is fitting that in ...
... an easy walk although not wheelchair friendly. But the views are stunning, photos do not do it justice, you can see to the bottom of deep pools where perch and trout loiter avoiding the fishermen further downstream. The waterfalls and rills of fast running water are mesmerising and we walk for about an hour then stop for the inevitable coffee and water back at the ticket office before coming back into town ...