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We said our own “nasvidenjes” to Andrej and his girlfriend, Gunta who was visiting from Latvia, and headed even further east into Slovenia’s Jeruzalem wine district, hoping that it was more tourist oriented.
We got off to a welcoming start when two old men who were pressing grapes in their backyard invited us to taste their freshly crushed juice as well as a prior year's wine. They cut it with seltzer ...
When we told Valter and his mother, our hosts in Piran, that we would be driving through Slovenia for the next week or 10 days, they were puzzled. "You can see everything in a day," Valter claimed. "Slovenia is a small country," his mother said.
When we stayed with Anushka and Roman Stekar in the Goriska Brda wine region, they were amazed to hear that we planned ...
... small signs and an abandoned guard station. No new passport stamp! We thought it was great. We have dipped our big toes into Austria. And will come back for more someday.
Too soon, it was time to say,
“So long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, good night
I hate to go and leave this pretty sight
So long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, adieu
Adieu, adieu, to yieu and yieu and yieu”
... snow and rain. That is where my adventure ended. I sadly walked away. I was so close. Finding my way to the bus terminal was an adventure in itself but I will leave it at that. I lost a lot of time taking the wrong turns and my body is tired. I have no plans for Friday, perhaps a museum and a restaurant. I might not even force myself to wake up in time for breakfast. Yes, it will be raining. Laku ...
... sun reflect of the water or to eat a big bag of crisps from the supermarket that we had just snapped up for 80 cent!! We planned to chill the second day and spend time trying to work out the hiking maps they had giving us and how we were going to navigate our way to some of the recommended sites, the plan was to break them up into two days walking and see as much as possible with a rest day in-between, solid but simple plan that could not fail. If we were ...