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Let's just get one thing straight first. The photos are from my time throughout the trip. I took no photos of this day, I couldn't at first due to flash photography but after that, I lived too much in the moment and forgot.
Today my friend was working so I got to spend time alone in Slovenia which was exciting as now I could practice my poor language skills. :)
I was going to take a trip to the caves and the seaside as I still hadn't seen these places. ...
Up early 0530 hrs as usual to update the blog. How's that for dedication to my readers. After a healthy breakfast of salami and boiled eggs we cycled off to Postojnska caves. Only a short ride from town... Great! We decided to buy the blockbuster ticket which gives you access to 4 attractions. The first one was the caves. You board a train like the wild mouse for a 2 km trip in to the cave system (which is 27 Kms long). You then walk 1.2 kms through the ...
... What a difference a hill makes or should I say 2700 feet makes. Initially Gus and I thought it was funny to have missed the turning until we realised that we had to go back up and over the bloody mountain we had just donated two litres of sweat for. We decided on a different route. Smart eh? No!!!! The road was so steep we had to push the bikes. Lol. We backtracked and got back on the correct route still with a sense of ...
... and then decision time - do we do the optional side trip, along gravel road again, to see 'Rakov Skocjan'? Bearing in mind we were at the top of a large climb, and from all accounts either Rakov or Skocjan meant river, so we would be going downhill - and yes, returning uphill. Of course we had to go, we didn't come all this way to wimp out, (actually, possible I did, but it is Mark's birthday trip...)
It was well worth ...
... br> Once we had crossed the river we were into the market square with lots of stalls - fruit, vegetables, clothes, hats, shoes, souvenirs etc.
We presumed that as Wednesday may not be a big shoppers day that a lot of the stalls were empty or not put up. Along the river side of the market place runs a building with food stalls - bread, cheese, drinks and under the square are some meat and fish stalls.
We could tell locals shopped there as the vege stall was selling ...