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... below 10 degrees today!
Sat 25th: Had several maps and so much to explore that we didn't know where to start! Bastian, our host, suggested we drive to Lake Bohinj west of Bled where we climbed up to the waterfall at Savica. On our way back we stopped at Cesnjica for very ...
... all the other passengers onto a train. Ryan was still a little worried about being on the right train so we asked the train steward who confirmed it was going to our destination. We left the stop at the correct time according to our schedule but then stopped at an unmarked station for half an hour. Then I started freaking out that maybe we were on the wrong train. But there was nothing to do at that point but hope for the best. Another ...
... we didn't really follow instructions. Still it was rich, creamy and delicious (especially the chocolate one!)
We then snagged a Plethora and got rowed out to the island to take turns ringing the lucky bell in the church (doubt any of us wished for marriage and kids somehow...) Bought some souvenirs and then got rowed back. Jess got really excited and decided she could probably row the boat... turns out it is harder than it looks... even Suzi struggled with ...
... are situated. I took a boat (€12, pfft) over to the island and, despite being told off for unbalancing said boat by moving around to take photos, it was a beautiful ride. I am basically Japanese (no hate) when it comes to taking photos. I think the actual Japanese people on the boat even thought I was overdoing it. I took like two hundred. Whatever. The island is tiny and I walked around it in about 15 minutes. You can go into the church and ring ...
... bar, Kultur, playing '60's and '70's Rock and filled with young people sitting outside drinking wine/beer and smoking. Deb instantly liked it because the wine was only €1.20 per glass. Dinner was at a nearby traditional Slovenian restaurant, chock full of character. We hopped in the car the next morning and headed northwest to the Julian Alps. Our route would take us through the resort town of Kransjka Gora into the Triglav National Park through mountain passes complete with ...