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Good food, wonderful view from our balcony and serviceminded personell.
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... reminds one of a camel".
Actually it's a ******n rock, formed by water dripping through the ceiling for millennia and growing at 3 millimetres every hundred years.
We are in the world-renowned Postojne cave system in Central Slovenia and it truly is awesome, though trite references to camels and chickens are pretty unnecessary.
Postojne Cave ...
We all slowly fell in love with Slovenia, camping in the pine trees, swimming in the lake and chilling amongst the mountains. The campsite was full of Dutch teenagers making the most of the activities on offer on the raging river running past the campsite. A great couple of nights enjoying the surroundings, even with some traditional Slovenian music thrown in as we ate dinner on the last ...
... on to Slovenia pretty quickly. And it was a great decision as we snaked our way through the mountains, the van coping admirably, with a new stunning vista around each corner. We headed to Bled and a campsite on the lake, but an avalanche of tourists for the Bled festival meant that it was completely full. In fact apart from the stunning location, the campsite didn't seem our bag anyway, so we went and found camping Sobec which was perfect, and it was time to chill and catch up on some ...
... girl who served us was very kind. While we all loved the cheese, Jason definitely enjoyed it the most, but there was far too much to finish in one sitting! As we found a place to picnic with incredible views, we thought about what it might be like to live in such a remote place with nothing but nature surrounding us.
Once we had our fill of dairy, we began the trek back down the mountain, following the path ...
... at the bottom, we continued our walk around the lake until we reached a lookout point we were aiming to find. Tom had explained that there are two paths we could take to get to this lookout point and that one was about 25 minutes up a really steep hill with fallen trees due to a recent heavy rainstorm and the other path being about 45 minutes going around the mountain to get to the top. We were trying to find the latter of the two, but it was obvious quite early ...