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After staying out until 3am last night we still all managed to get up by 8.45 and out and about by 10 (ish). We walked to Vintgar gorge which had been highly recommended to us by our hostel owner, although she failed to mention the one hour ascent in blistering heat. Shout out to Anna for map reading and leading us all the way there, only helped by a couple of road signs and the occasional local to check that we were on the right track. Stopping halfway at a café was ...
I'm not sure why I'm doing those mileage figures other than as a rough guide to the distance it's going to be from Wales to Split (and probably back again). It's certainly not an accurate overall record of the distance we drive. For example, we did over 100 today, simply driving around northern Slovenia.
This is a ridiculously stunning country. I don't understand why it doesn't attract more visitors, even if they only combined it with a visit to Croatia or Austria. ...
... s going to study Chinese) asked our guide to teach us what 1 and 2 are in Slovenian. So we were rowing in time to Slovenian numbers- pretty impressive got to say. Halfway down the river, after getting tipped out the boat by a clever trick our guide played on us, we got out and were showed a place we could body surf the Rapids. Katie confidently strutted into the river ready to conquer the Rapids however her plan changed when the water proved its strength and ...
Splashed out on a taxi this morning to the train station (actually cheaper than the tram). Got a taxi partly because Emma was too scared of the tram after a close call yesterday where she almost got trapped alone on the tram. Picture her running up the tram banging on the windows, shouting 'can you stop please' with a tram-full of amused locals and us outside laughing more than we were trying to help. It was great because it meant we could get up an ...
... off into the distance. Discovering that the next bus was in an hour, she headed back to the station to see if there was a train instead. It is at this point that I must point out the new Beaver who is more frugal than the one of old. Old beaver would have got off the train and got straight in a taxi without a second thought, but being on s budget, public transport was now the only option. Luckily in just 20 mins time there was a train that took only ...