Hotel Celjska Koca
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I woke this morning and eagerly logged on to read the overnight comments. However, I was gutted to find that there were none. Not even one :-(. It was only later in the day that I I discovered that this was because I hadn't published the blog! (nuphy) An easy flat cycle today from Skofja Loka - Godešič - Reteče - Zbilje - Vodice - Moste to Kamnik. The names won't mean much to anybody but should I or any other touring cyclist decide ...
... 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.
... and sunny, it was a bit of a trek, but well worth the effort.
After I got back to Bled, I went for a walk around the lake in the gathering dusk. It was another pretty walk, with changing views of the island and castle.
That night, in our rather lovely hotel, Kayla and I slept with the window open to let in the fresh, peaceful country air - no noisy traffic here!
... the ramblings of the English gentleman parked up beside us who was in his words and 'a very experienced paraglider’ then we should have taken note the following day ‘today I will not be flying, there is a storm a brewing from the west’ the reason we didn’t is because quite truthfully we thought he was lying!! Turns out he wasn’t, well at least about the storm brewing. We started our walk in clear blue skys and 30 degree heat ...
... relaxed people, they are hardly stressed. They also make it an important aspect to include everyone. My friends fiance had a bunch of his friends and families and anyone who wanted to come go to a restaurant. He paid for it all. This is a cultural important factor in the Slovenian lifestyle. They are also very friendly. They will speak English with you, even if they only know a couple of words. They all say that they do not speak English well, but this is ...