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After staying out until 3am last night we still all managed to get up by 8.45 and out and about by 10 (ish). We walked to Vintgar gorge which had been highly recommended to us by our hostel owner, although she failed to mention the one hour ascent in blistering heat. Shout out to Anna for map reading and leading us all the way there, only helped by a couple of road signs and the occasional local to check that we were on the right track. Stopping halfway at a café was ...
... count the number of GB cars we have seen here on a very disabled hand.
Perhaps more come for ski season. Today we visited Slovenia's one and only national park, part of which was yet another ski resort. The names here are about as memorable as the average Welsh word. First we went back to Bled (baby) over a mountain short cut (map reading improving already). Then we went to the Triglav National Park, taking in Ribcev Laz, where we had an ice cream by a wide blue ...
... put her wetsuit on backwards, then her lifejacket too. Her and Naomi were given size 10.5 shoes so you can imagine how great she looked with a back-to-front wetsuit and flippers for feet. We were on a boat with the 8 of us and our guide who made the trip very entertaining. The rapids were fun and we hit them at top speed thanks to Anna's enthusiastic chanting which kept us all in time. She was named the captain of the ship. In true Oxford linguist style ...
... and I cooked stir fry for tea. Lucy and Emma agreed to wash up - although we had to persuade them a bit. This evening we went out with the others and walked up to the castle. Such a long way up. Unfortunately we couldn't afford the entrance fee as we have paid lots of money for our activities tomorrow (more info tomorrow..). The view was good anyway. Then we sat and watched an Irish band with a couple of hundred other bled tourists on the ...
Sleeping well in the comfy bed and air conditioning, and deciding against fighting with the thousands of tourists to go up to the castle, Beaver made the most of the large selection on offer and had a leisurely breakfast at the hotel, then went on to the next stop Villach. The bus to Salzburg station left right outside the hotel and in no time Beaver had managed to get tickets for the train to Villach and the bus from Villach to Venice as that was direct ...