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I write from the shore of the magnificent Lake Bled. I have had such a beautiful day - the picture you can see first off is the view I'm currently seeing, absolutely stunning. My day started off well, being awoken by the kindest, most softly spoken lady I've met in a long time with the words, "Miss Suter, will you be leaving us today or would you like to stay longer?". Err, was definitely supposed to check out this morning and completely forgot to book ...
... museum in Eastern Europe - there are 65 bee keepers who manage some 5,000 hives. We opted not to visit, but instead visited the Gingerbread Museum which is in the basement of a cafe that sells gingerbread. The bakery has been in operation for over 500 years (it shut down for about 100 years in the 1700's). The ladies who make the gingerbread were delightful, showed us the equipment and how the gingerbread is made, and one of them had distant relatives who live in Vancouver. She ...
... s an amazing walk, as most of it is on suspended walkways above the river withe the occasional bridge across. The water was crystal clear and the trout appeared to be floating in mid-air! For lunch we returned to the pizza restaurant we visited on our first day so we could enjoy another garlic pizza! Our final activity was a trip to Bled Castle. Its key attraction is the location and view of Lake Bled as it's perched atop a hill with ...
So here we are, getting set for our 2014 Balkan Adventure. After 2 days of ferocious packing and cleaning, as we vacate what has been our Reception, Bar and Restaurant for the last six and a half years, we have collapsed in a heap pending some last minute personal packing and 'making ourselves look beautiful' preparations - so much to do, so little time!
As some ...
... The next part of the ascent was to be by chairlift up a ski run, however the chairlift wasn't operational, so we began the hour long hike up with all of the other folk who were kitted up ready to ascend Mt Everest! We followed the windy gravel track up with the occasional shortcut up the steep grassy ski slopes all the way to the restaurant/base camp I guess. We enjoyed a traditional mountain meal while sitting outside in the clouds with a large contingent of other hikers. ...