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... at an open section of river and he spent about 30mins looking at and investigating the rocks! We found one with incredible green streaks through it. We wanted to try some Slovenian cuisine so went for dinner at a cute little place called Strud'l. We had a huge feast of local specialities. It was delicious! We also tried their homemade tea and a crepe for dessert. So full! Very enjoyable ...
... the lake! The scenery was beautiful with forests, mountains and waterfalls. Once we made it to the town again we were freezing so headed back to the van for soup. Then we took the main road through Bohinjska to Lake Bohinj in the Triglav National park. It's beautiful. We have never experienced Autumn like this before! So many spectacular colours. All up we rode for about 4hours (75km) before heading back to the van for ...
... in the “Sound
of Music” would have been based, although I’m a little unclear on quite how he
would have fit into history. While Trieste was part of the Habsburg Empire
before 1918, it was transferred to Italy after WWI, at which point the small
modern nation of Austria in its current borders became landlocked. Oh well,
fiction doesn’t need to be historically accurate.
I quickly dropped my bag off at my hotel and ...
... heading towards Triglav National Park and
Vrsic Pass. The valley is close to the Italian border and many of the place
names are better known by their historical Italian names than the Slovenian
ones. Kobarid in Caporetto in Italian, and the Soca River and Valley are the
Isonzo in Italian. Anyway, the area is of great importance to anyone with an
interest in World War I history since it was the main front between Italy and
Austria-Hungary for a period of ...
... that appears to be unique
to Slovenia. They come in various forms and are often a kind of savory pinwheel
of pasta dough or buckwheat pasta dough with a cottage cheese filling and
breadcrumb and butter topping. These, though, were a dessert version, more like
giant pot stickers stuffed with a walnut filling and topped with brown sugar
and butter. They do great desserts in Slovenia, and are generous with the
digestifs too. I was given not just a ...