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... everything Bled was not. The highlight of this visit was seeing some young people making bus loads of bubbles using rope and detergent. We were careful to stand upwind. Postonja caves are a great attraction. The largest limestone caves in Europe have been a magnet for tourists since the 19th century and fully deserve their billing. We avoided falling stalactites by several decades and emerged unscathed. Unfortunately photography was not permitted so you will have to go on line ...
... off to Slovenia but on the way we detoured to Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. The owner of the accommodation at Plitvick suggested we park in a shopping centre outside of the city and catch public transport which we bravely did and got back to our car and left in one piece. Onto Slovenia which was all going well until we were pulled over by the police. We hadn't prepayed the road toll which ...
... one of our rooms was double booked! Our host was gracious and organised 2 better rooms at Kamp Lazar on the way to Kozjak Slap (waterfall). So "our bums landed in butter" (Geoff) with a welcome drink, nice ground floor rooms and complimentary breakfast. Not to mention a visit from our booked hostess with a gift - yes a bottle of blackberry liquor and many apologies. We ate traditional food for dinner at the on site restaurant - deer stew, lamb casserole and trout with a bottle ...
... stall where the bus driver knew a lady who sold home made cheese, liquor and honey and that she was very generous with her samples. She was too - we all got good hefty slugs of slivovitz, cherry brandy, armoretto and walnut brandy. I had to go and sit down on the bus after that. And then at lunchtime we ordered a nice main each with a glass of local wine for R, T and J. We ordered the house red, but ...
... the years 1920-1947 the border between the Kingdom of Yugoslavia and the Kingdom of Italy ran over the ridges we walked. There were more then a dozen old concrete look out posts camouflaged in the woods, alot still in tact going back to WWII. It was a long day taking us about 7 hours, being a bit out of practice we both felt pretty nakered by ...
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