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Up early this morning to cash in on the free brekky! Then we get to the train station so we can catch a bus to lake bled. The buses left every hour so we took our time. Bus tickets were about 7 euro for both of us I think- one way. We got to the lake and started walking around- we felt quite dizzy and a bit light in the stomach this day which is funny as we think depending on where we are the latitude (i think that is the right word) of ...
... try and he said there are only 2. He used to be a Lasko man but now is a "Union" man. I tried a Lasko earlier so I told him "I'm a Union man too." Both are good lagers.
We told him about our trip and where we've been. He wanted to practice his English and learn more but he had to work. It was a fun way to end our first day in the country. We zig zagged back to our hotel past more lovely buildings and called it a night.
We did most ...
I was really looking forward to a sound night's sleep last night; unfortunately, it was not to be. I had forgotten to check both mobiles and tablets for recurring alarms, with the result that Squirt's mobile alarm went off at 2am, then her tablet at 3am, both of which she managed to sleep through but left me wide awake. Then we both woke up at 4.30am to a terrible noise; at first I thought it was a strange kind of fire alarm but as I woke up more I realised it was coming ...
... funicular to the Castle on the hill. The history of Slovenia is so sad with brutal attacks from all sides over the years. I’m amazed that they have a population of only around 2 million and get a feeling that they are a people who are finding their own identity at last. Had a slow day ...
... the girl on reception (not openly, just in my mind) who had insisted that she would take care of it, despite my suggesting that I could happily handle it myself. "This is what happens when other people get involved in my stuff", I thought. But that was unfair. As it turned out she had done nothing wrong. A little later the three pairs of boxers mysteriously reappeared and then when I got back from the supermarket to get some food for my trip to Budapest my towel had also ...