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Travel Blogs from Udine
... 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 ...
... reckons I have finally found Hogwarts!
Having arrived at opening time we are back on the road by noon. It's a fast run down to the Slovenian border on the Predil Pass, the autobahn bypassing busy Klagenfurt and Villach on the way.
We stop for pasta at the cafe on ...
... finish packing up Svenice before we drove Tim to the airport. We dropped him off and said our arrivederci's and it all became too much for sensitive soul Ruby who was most distraught. She cried for about 10 minutes as we drove but eventually she got over it only to have a bit of a relapse further on. We had a few issues on our drive today the first of which was being unable to get on the motorway in the direction we wanted to go. ...
... not needed it! Then off to the castle
Predjama castle is built into the side of a mountain cave and dates from the 16th century or earlier. The inside is nothing special but it has been set up with medieval furniture and models and there are interesting caves to explore off the castle staircases.
Our next stop was Tolmin Gorge.
I had intended to take the highway but our Sat Nav, who is not my friend at present, took us the scenic back ...
... I retrieved the discarded paddle. The guide, Casper, was quite laid back and made the trip more enjoyable. The walk out was a 500 m hike up hill with the kayaks. It left a bit to be desired.
We decided to have a quick drink in town and ran in to Paul, the Irish boy. He told us that his mobile phone had been run over earlier in the day and was distressed by it. Obviously the incident wasn't covered during Call of Duty ...