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... were told to sample beer from two different bars. The first place made its own beer, one of them being a green beer. It's not beer like you get in plastic Irish pubs on St Pat's day.. It's naturally green. James got a pint of that while I had a glass of Slovenian wine. James didn't really enjoy the first sip, but it grew on him the more he drank it. We got the bill, which came to €3.20- my glass of wine was only 90 cent! And headed for Postna ...
... up in coffee shop, I strolled and explored further.
Note all missing days in timeline are usually days where Phil worked and I did laundry, read, blogged, emailed, researched or wandered, so nothing ...
Another wild and thunder stormy day.
Ventured to this village on the recommendation of a few locals.
Great lunch by the river at Gostilna Ribič Restaurant
Were drenched in the rain several times and dried off in either tea or coffee shops.
Humid and rainy day wandering the streets.
Place is similar to Fremantle but maybe everyone is a little mellower. Place is a student town so maybe they are all still on holidays.
Found a great tea shop Cajnica Cajek, best ...
Celje is a cute sleepy town, found a great café called The Fly full of locals. Introduced to the best Slovenian wine http://www.guerila.si/
Climbing Vransko, was a long hike and a busy area