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... reminds one of a camel".
Actually it's a ******n rock, formed by water dripping through the ceiling for millennia and growing at 3 millimetres every hundred years.
We are in the world-renowned Postojne cave system in Central Slovenia and it truly is awesome, though trite references to camels and chickens are pretty unnecessary.
Postojne Cave ...
... The winding road up to the fortress has 14 separate defensive gates with drawbridges across deep canyons, portcullises and artfully constructed firing angles covering every possible approach. Nobody was getting in here.
And they never did. The Turks besieged the castle a number of times but had to retreat ...
Today was time for Tim to go back home and for us to carry on moving but as we didn't have to be out of the campsite until one we weren't in much of a hurry. Tim and Ruby finished working on the song that was with yesterday's blog and we got a bit of the van organised. It was a hot morning so we decided a swim was in order and on the way we bumped into Mrs Roger (never did catch her name) who was one half of the kiwi couple who we saw ...
... This was very pretty but 2 hours of winding roads and hairpins through the mountains was very tiring especially for Rami who has done a great job driving this holiday so far.
We stopped at Most na Soci which was our first view of the beautiful turquoise water that the region is famous for.
Then on to the gorge.
We made the mistake of following the GPS which took us about 7km through a winding, narrow pass with scary drops on the side and ...
During breakfast we played the usual game of find the spoon. It appears that several of the places we have stayed don't like to store the cutlery together (probably to stop forking). Consequently we have to seek out the spoons in order to eat the yoghurt which is generally a staple breakfast component. From previous experience I'm not the only spoon hunter so we generally split up and perform a grid search. The spoons had decided to ...