Grand Hotel Ocean
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... I walked over to a local grocery store and marvelled at all of the unfamiliar brands and new products. At the checkout I 'pretended' to be Slovenian by using what few words I knew, guessing what was being said to me in Slovenian and responding accordingly with body language and simple sounds of affirmation or denial. It was pretty funny and I think I got away with it! In the evening we all went for some pretty delicious pizza at a place in town before calling it a day.
... in the countryside and spotted a deer. There are so many beautiful farm houses in the area. So quaint and peaceful.
On Friday we had a very nice walk up a hill to see some more local houses/farms. It was so nice to walk around in the Slovenian countryside with my mum. In that afternoon we had drinks on our balcony and took in the sights and sounds before going for a swim. My niece had never been swimming before but took to the ...
Neither of us had any expectations of Slovenia so didn't know what to expect, we had originally struggled to find a campsite in the area but on further investigation we found Camping Kekec so headed for it. Its at the foot of Mountain Pohorje in Maribor and has stunning views, we had stunning views throughout our journey through Slovenia.
Maribor is famous for having the oldest Vine in the world, over 400 years old and therefore is also a fairly well ...
... on the balcony of their room and went to bed in good time so we could get a good start.
Willow had come up with a slightly mad plan to get Sarajevo back on the plan. We drove for 400 miles through 2 countries ,Slovakia and Austria and into a third,Slovenia. We found a good hotel. Had a proper Pizza from a wood fuelled oven and a good nights sleep.
... establishment. The man on Reception had a dry sense of humour. In response to the question, "Does your hotel have a restaurant?", he replied, "Yes, but it has no food". Given this strange feat of mal-organisation, we ventured back to the Maribor suburbs for our first ever meal in Slovenia, where we enjoyed a first rate pizza in what we assumed to be the equivalent of Raddlebarn Road. We never did find the town centre.
We reflected on a hugely positive day. Red had been ...