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On Saturday we went for another beautiful morning walk in the country before being picked up by my brother-in-law to go to Maribor. It was a very pretty and slightly sketchy drive on fairly narrow Slovenian roads but we got there in one piece. We walked to the town square and checked out a really neat market with local vendors selling their art, food and clothing etc. Maribor is filled with old buildings that have many stories to tell, and I had great fun exploring ...
Tito, one of the great leaders in WW2 in Yugoslavia as he organised resistance against Hitler, became leader in 1945 after the war. He worked with Winston Churchill in his fight against Hitler. The USA ploughed a huge amount of money to help this area be redeveloped after the war. Tito was a dictator but the people loved him overall as he was not a typical dictator ...
... I was keen to visit and see how they compare to Waitomo. We started early to "miss the crowds" arriving just after 9am after a lovely drive through many cute Slovenian villages. The experience is 1.5hrs long and consists of a train ride about 4kms into the cave and then a 45min walk with guide. This was mass tourism at its best as our tour had about 200 people grouped into about 3 groups and the cave even included an underground souvenir shop and bathrooms! The ...
... had by all and we are very happy to have been part of this vibrant and warm family atmosphere......we both have been missing our respective loved ones and this night has recharged our batteries! How fortunate we are to have such friends on the other side of the world! Before we go back to the B&B tonight, plans are made for tomorrow. We are going onto Venice and Mauricio is all for driving us there, but we insist it is way too far. Caterina tells us he wants to do this for ...
... used at the Spanish Riding School in Vienna.
While in the karst region, we were able to experience the traditional karst dried ham (e.g., prosciutto), cheese, olive bread and teran wine. Teran wine is the deepest coloured wine I've ever had, approaching a grape juice opaqueness. We ate this on a limestone picnic table in the backyard of a traditional karst home in a small village. I felt like a local enjoying ...
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