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Travel Blogs from Pordenone
... finish packing up Svenice before we drove Tim to the airport. We dropped him off and said our arrivederci's and it all became too much for sensitive soul Ruby who was most distraught. She cried for about 10 minutes as we drove but eventually she got over it only to have a bit of a relapse further on. We had a few issues on our drive today the first of which was being unable to get on the motorway in the direction we wanted to go. ...
... used to and I ended up just having
them on my head and pulling them down to check the intricate detail – of which
there was plenty! It took me over an hour to complete 2.4km!! The terrain was
rocky, detailed and confusing! I was 6th out of 17 runners - the
last lady in my grade took 2 hours and 15 minutes -perseverance!
Lizzie won by nearly 3 minutes, Greta had a mispunch (missing
a control in a long line of controls in the ...
... 8230;16 minutes to the first control did make me wonder whether
jet-lagged orienteering was a good idea! Then I started around a loop in the
wrong direction. I was pleased to finish in 1 hour 45 mins despite being slow
in the slippery, rocky terrain. Was surprised to have beaten several other
runners (5th out of 8).
Tim wasn’t running because of his twingy ...
We have made another border crossing and into Italy, we were surprised how close to the border we were in Austria!!
Our first stop in Italy was along the shores of a small lake, Lake Lago on a site aptly named Camping Lago. For anyone looking for it on a map its a little North of Udine in the North East of Italy.
Whilst there isn't a much to see in the area, we filled our 4 night stay with a lot ...
... He was excellent but we couldn't work out his name. I also not have homework as the museum has a lot of info (in Italian) on Garibaldi. I know the name but know nothing about him. He was a very important Italian to our guide.
I like wandering around Udine. It feels like we are the only tourists in town. Its a neat and tidy city and full of history.
Tomorrow we head to Tuscany.