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... working years down holes in the ground in the coal mines of Yorkshire. If only he had his pick axe, Davy lamp and canary he'd be attacking the rock face in the bat of an eye.
The tour takes an hour and a half and costs €22.90.
But 'to begin at the beginning'. (It's a day for literary quotes, thank you Dylan Thomas).
We are camping on the shores of the ...
... reckons I have finally found Hogwarts!
Having arrived at opening time we are back on the road by noon. It's a fast run down to the Slovenian border on the Predil Pass, the autobahn bypassing busy Klagenfurt and Villach on the way.
We stop for pasta at the cafe on ...
... Sunday interrupted. So the machine was telling us it was €65 for our toll so we reversed out and went into the other lane. We had the same issue and the same amount of help. Eventually by continually pushing the button the man had to come and see what the problem was and after a few minutes of us speaking Englitalian and him speaking Inglish the solution was for us to reverse out of that lane and go back and try the first one ...
... places. Although we had our doubts about whether is was the correct road there was nowhere to turn back.
Eventually we ended up at a gate with a walk to a church or a 2 hour walk to the river. Beautiful scenic spot with a huge gash in the mountainside from a recent landslide.
Back to town and found the gorge and Tiff and I went for a walk while the boys kindly moved the car to the carpark that was not at the top of a huge hill.
... and then to top it off the guy wore his kayaking helmet during the entire drive to the putting in point. The distance in inches between his ears was obviously far greater than his IQ. This was confirmed when he asked "Am I going to get wet?". No mate you're going kayaking and it's a totally dry sport!!! Spare me. I reckon passport control has a lot to answer for, both outbound from the States and at the local port of entry.