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Set off for a day tour by Roundabout tours at 9am in the morning. There were 8 of us in the group. An elderly American/German couple, a trio of Singaporean students plus the 3 of us in my family. The 3 students had just completed their 8 months final term study in Glasgow University, and was touring Europe for a month before returning to Glasgow U for their graduation. They were poly graduates from Singapore and ...
A successful launch on Thursday and sails back on. before the rain came in. Boat just becoming ship shape on Friday and everything tucked away when final checks on instruments made us realise there was no speedo. A quick check identified we had to run a new cable - easier said than done!!! 4 hours later we had removed every panel, cushion and floor ...
... as soon as we arrived we stopped by a playground to play on for a while on this spinney thing.
And once we left that we were walking by the water and this guy came up and said let me take a picture for you, I steal tourists cameras and take pictures of them. We thought that was funny.
So we walked around by the water went to a little stone beach while mum and dad went ...
We arrived at Piran after a 2 hour drive.
As soon as we got there we went for a walk.
We live near the town square.
We walked down by the water. Riley and I saw big size rocks.
And guess what we did. We did parkor all the way to the restaurant.
Mum and Dad sat down. Zara, Riley and I ran all the way up and back on the rocks to the restaurant.
We did that ...
We headed down the coast to the southern part of Slovenia, to a cute, little fishing town.
We dragged our luggage over the cobblestones, again.
Don't know how much longer our bags will tolerate so many cobblestone streets.
We explored the old town walls, the old church area, the many narrow alleyways and admired the view to Italy from the port seafront.