Travel Blogs from Vrsar
... the coast. I had my own bike and went really fast, we had to ride over rocky hills as well. It was easy because I had a mountain bike. We could see nice views of the marina, boats and the old town including the church. We stopped and had lunch we ate meat and chips it was really yummy. We walked through the old town and visited the church. A ...
... the whole horrible night ended around 1am, with us settled into our much larger, quiet, seafront room and more optimism about the next day.
With only one full day in Piran, we set out after breakfast to explore the town. We ran into our British friends (the same guys from Škocjan), who told us they had just finished a tour of the whole town in a mere 2 hours. Now Piran is charming and beautiful, but in fairness it is quite small. We saw ...
... The horses live for approximately 30 years. Once they are too old to perform, they are placed on farms where they will be well cared for or stay on the breeding farms. They are not put Down unless, they are in extreme pain. A horse is a shy animal, but yet curious. They will sense your unease If you are scared and they will become aggressive because it scares them. If you are calm and comfortable, they will be too. The stallions are aggressive with each ...
I'm not sure there is much I can add to that.
So after 10 days of cycling in Slovenia, from the Julian Alps to the Adriatic Coast here is a summary:
kms travelled - 824 (combined)
hills climbed - 47
accidents - 0 (yay)
punctures - 2
hands burnt - 2 (forgot gloves one day. Big mistake - old lady hands here we come)
people met - approx 52
cheese eaten - approx 5 kilos
salami / prosciutto eaten - approx 2 ...
Friday, May 2, 2014
We stayed in Porec last night and ate at Pizza Nonos for lunch. This little town is the most touristy of any that we have
been in. We loved the coastal walk around the old city.
In the afternoon, we drove to another coastal town, Ravinj, and loved this place the best of all! ...