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... heavily fortified. I can imagine a maze of tunnels and passageways in the caves behind the castle. It would have been difficult for any enemy to invade the place.
The next stop was the Skocjan Caves. Although it is not as famous as the Postojna Caves, reviews from the internet claims that the Skocjan Caves were less touristy and were in fact a better option to see. I was not disappointed. The ...
... emptied all the cupboards on the starboard side as we tried to trace where the cable went. Finally at 6pm we had traced it so time for a drink and replace the cable on Saturday. Cables all sorted we stow away everything once again, have a deck scrub, launch the dinghy and we are ready to go when our guests, Alison and Scott arrive at 4pm. Let the fun ...
... baby crying painting on the wall out side of our bedroom door. It freaks me out every morning.
So the 3 day was a bit rainy all day but that didn't stop us and we went to some old town walls and walked on top and saw the view.
Day 4 the last day in Piran we drove to Croatia to a town called Rovinj, weird spelling I know. So this place is by the water ...
... whole time we were at the restaurant.
We went to a massive cave.
We walked down to the man made tunnel to the cave entrance.
The cave was really lit up.
There was 3 chambers.
The first chamber was the silent chamber because we could not hear the river.
The second chamber was the 1 with the river going through it.
We walked over a big, high ...
... We missed the sea and love being back near it.
The kids made more bruises as they climbed all over the rock walls and the rocky beaches.
In Piran we enjoyed many amazing restaurants meals.
We had to eat out every night as the seafood was so delicious and so cheap.
Although the kids still can't get past the spaghetti and chips.