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This morning we drove through Slovenia's only National Park. The park covers a few mountains near the Slovenia, Italy, and Austria borders. The road over the mountain contains 50 switchbacks/hairpin turns; that doesn't count other turns, just the severe ones! Grant, had the pleasure of driving with other drivers who like to use both lanes, along with motorcycles, ...
... mountains. The water of the Soca River is bright turquoise and absolutely beautiful! The town we are in tonight, Bovec, is very small. The apartment is nothing to get excited about, but it's only 1 night and it's relatively inexpensive! We have loved every minute of our travels in Slovenia. Tomorrow we will drive through the country's only national park, which has 50 hairpin turns...something tells me that will be both exciting and ...
... at the Triumph dealer confirmed the bike service and Tyre change was progressing well without any problems and that he would pick me up from our hotel at 8.30am koala time (hmmmmm Austrian humour perhaps). Martin is a terrific bloke and could not be more helpful. He loves Alfa Romeos and took me for a spin in his with the roof down. He said thay are prone to breaking down but thinks they are a lot of fun. Anyone touring europe will be well ...
... rejoin the boys.
They were of course hungry, so we walked down the street to a restaurant known for its outdoor grill. The meal was good, but took a long time as there seemed to be some sort of family drama going on with the staff (looked like two brothers running the place). We finished dinner with enough time for Sam, Blake, Brady and Bryce to get in a round of mini-golf. Then it was time for bed after a busy day.
Rain pours down on on our tent sounding like a helicopter taking off, we huddle inside. Looking like a million fingers poking into Lake Bled, the rain fills the lake back to the brim, the grey ominous clouds descend upon it's island trying to ring the church bell. The church bells ring from the focal point of Lake Bled pronouncing the arrival of a new day (one full of sunshine). We trek up above our camp to probably the most breathtaking lookout I've seen! With mountains in ...