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Today was time for Tim to go back home and for us to carry on moving but as we didn't have to be out of the campsite until one we weren't in much of a hurry. Tim and Ruby finished working on the song that was with yesterday's blog and we got a bit of the van organised. It was a hot morning so we decided a swim was in order and on the way we bumped into Mrs Roger (never did catch her name) who was one half of the kiwi couple who we saw ...
We packed up the house and managed to squeeze 7 people’s
luggage into the 2 small cars. Our final trip up the windy 15knm of road that
we are now quite familiar with – even seeing the legendary Italian driving with
a car overtaking another just prior to a ‘blind’ corner, plus plenty of Italian
cyclists on their Sunday hill climb ride.
I was trying out my new glasses with the graduated
magnifying lens. It took a ...
After breakfast we drove to the supermarket in Conegliano,
sorted out some data for Tim’s smart phone – 20 Euro for 2 gigs of data and 200
minutes of call time – won’t need the call time, though has been useful to
contact Ross and the accommodation people. Tim is able to set up a hot spot so
everyone can link in on the wifi. They were all very pleased about ...
... snow to show the Dolomites and the Tre Cime (Three a Chimneys) at their best. I think that seeing it all as just rocks would not be as interesting. Greg and Rose have never seen it with snow. We reached Rifugio Locatelli (2438m) only to find it closed. Apparently it was open yesterday but today they have a problem with water so not only was there no food or drink, there were no toilets! However I did not see any yellow snow. So we sat on the balcony, ate fruit and ...
... have found cost of living very good as we can have a good meal with wine for €10. Some signs of the old communist thinking are still around, for example, you can pass a very large factory complex with absolutely no signage to show who it is or what it does. But overall I found Slovenia to be a beautiful country with very friendly people. A bit more information about Bled Castle - it is one of the oldest ...
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