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... working years down holes in the ground in the coal mines of Yorkshire. If only he had his pick axe, Davy lamp and canary he'd be attacking the rock face in the bat of an eye.
The tour takes an hour and a half and costs €22.90.
But 'to begin at the beginning'. (It's a day for literary quotes, thank you Dylan Thomas).
We are camping on the shores of the ...
We all slowly fell in love with Slovenia, camping in the pine trees, swimming in the lake and chilling amongst the mountains. The campsite was full of Dutch teenagers making the most of the activities on offer on the raging river running past the campsite. A great couple of nights enjoying the surroundings, even with some traditional Slovenian music thrown in as we ate dinner on the last ...
... on to Slovenia pretty quickly. And it was a great decision as we snaked our way through the mountains, the van coping admirably, with a new stunning vista around each corner. We headed to Bled and a campsite on the lake, but an avalanche of tourists for the Bled festival meant that it was completely full. In fact apart from the stunning location, the campsite didn't seem our bag anyway, so we went and found camping Sobec which was perfect, and it was time to chill and catch up on some ...
... fee to go see it. Instead, we enjoyed drinking some ice cold water from a running fountain, a bit more cheese, and the views of the clear stream running near us. This was still worth the 4km trek up here. We took a bus back to Bled and spent a bit of time planning for Croatia before having dinner at a fantastic pizzeria (for the second time in three days) and headed back to Ljubljana where we would spend the night. ...
... I went extremely slow, fearful of falling and rolling down the rest of the way. Jason soon met up with us and told us he wasn't sure he took the right path because the although the views he saw were picturesque, he did not see the lake, which is what the viewpoint we were looking for was supposed to be of.
Once we were safely back at the bottom of the hill without me or Ren falling, we continued walking around the lake. We found a nice big dock and ...