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I (un)surprisingly arrived to Slovenia knowing nothing about the country, the culture, the language, the people, the climate or the local currency that I was about to spend five days in..though I had heard whispers.
1. The name of the capital city in Slovenia is ridiculously ************ounce (and even harder to spell)
2. Slovenia is home to Lake Bled, one of the most beautiful places in the world.
3. The most popular Slovenian fast ...
... along the Soca Valley - this is so clear - mental note to return next year and camp
We pay our 5 Eur and set off, talk about butterflies, hope we do not meet anything coming the other way and pray we get the right exit at the end of the tunnel otherwise it will not take long to get to the bottom
Top of Mangart not sure if we should laugh or cry - this is AMAZING !! Unable
to take it all ...
... The tour starts with fascinating stalactite & stalagmite formations - some of them so old they've connected to form a floor to ceiling column (on average they grow by 1mm per year, to help give a sense for how long this takes). The tour eventually an underground river & waterfalls - words can't describe it. For all the things we've seen on this trip, this was a powerful reminder of the strength and beauty of nature. NOTE: Visitors ...
... international treasure, ranked in importance with the Grand Canyon, Great Barrier Reef, and Galapagos Islands. It is one of the most important caves in the world because of the exceptional depth and length of its underground canyon and the volume of water that flows through it (the Reka River). The underground canyon is approximately 3.5 km long, 10 to 60 m wide and over 140 m high, expanding at some points into huge underground chambers. However, because ...
... beautiful waterfalls for not only free but safely because not only were these all free to walk and visit but the good people of Slovenia had built safe walkways to get you there. Believe it or not I am still only 26, I know I sound like a middle aged safety inspector but these things make a huge difference when you’re doing what we do. So we arrived at the campsite to find it situated in the middle of the mountains with the soca river (some of the ...