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... had a fantastic ride through lovely villages, flooded roads in places and a few stretches of great bends. I had lunch and refuelled in Croatia to use up some of my Croatian kuna and shortly after re-entering Slovenia I was back on the route that was being used by the rest of the group. I expected them to be in front of me, but when I arrived at our hotel there was no sign of them. They eventually arrived an hour later, most of them soaked to the skin and very miserable. They even ...
... Paul). We then went down to the river and here we are now. A nice, chilled out day in the camping ground, full of old Germans and camping vans.. Perfect!
After this, Paul and I ate dinner at the restaurant. Paul had squid stuffed with cheese and ham with chips and I had grilled vegetables with a salad. Topped it off with ice cream and then a bit of a chat to our neighbour who leant us an extension cord, showers and in bed by ...
... Oh it was so funny! Paul and I were giggling the whole way and still as I write this I get the giggles.
S we found a place to camp in this campsite. It's a really cool place, not too expensive and with amenities! It's full of older people in their motorhomes or campers. I think we are one of 4 in a tent and the only cyclists. Everyone said hello to us as we walked around with our bike to find a place to camp.
The camp is beside a lake, has a restaurant and ...
... visiting a local supermarket, our only trip out was to a tiny village called Vlkolinec which I’d come across by chance on Wikipedia. It’s yet another Unesco World Heritage site, a delightful collection of traditional log cabins, painted in pastel colours and almost untouched by modern life. Most are still lived in but one is open to the public as a museum. It has one room where the whole ...
... directions on different days. This was not entirely intentional as we got lost the first time, but it ended up for the best. Our first hike was up a snowy forest road. We encountered some deer hunters and little else until we reached a charming rustic restaurant full of weekend hikers. We ate goulash and accepted a couple of welcome shots of homemade brandy. Round trip, We covered around 13 miles which was a lot for us, but seemed normal ...