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... made chocolate cake!
Sun 26th: Hired bikes locally and took off to Vintgar Gorge. What a beautiful gorge in the mountains with crystal clear water. Then we cycled down to Bled with freezing cold hands on the handlebars and warmed up with soup at a local restaurant. ...
... all the other passengers onto a train. Ryan was still a little worried about being on the right train so we asked the train steward who confirmed it was going to our destination. We left the stop at the correct time according to our schedule but then stopped at an unmarked station for half an hour. Then I started freaking out that maybe we were on the wrong train. But there was nothing to do at that point but hope for the best. Another ...
... correctly, Cat said Budapest, Katie said Bosnia and Greer said Slovakia. Not bad girls- not at all bad.
But I think everyone is pretty happy- they seem quite surprised about my pamphlet... apparently setting the bar high!
Then we grab some food and head to the plane which is all running on time... shock of all shocks. Most of the girls catch some zzz's on the plane but me and Calves have a great chat.
Then we arrive in Slovenia, ...
... Bell", but I am so content and happy at the moment that I couldn't think of anything I need wish for, so I gave it a miss... Only joking, it cost like 8 euro. You know me. I met a couple of Brits (Oxford again!) at the tip of the island (who had rented their own boat to get to the island and didn't want to go back because their arms hurt from rowing, fail) and had a chat with them about travelling - they gave me some great hostel recommendations for Bosnia ...
... and boat rental areas were plenty. It was a very relaxing walk. Dinner was very nice even though we didn't have Slovenian food - we shared a salad and seafood tagliatelle. Now for the foodies: Bled is famous for its specialty a cream cake called kremna rezina ( in Germany it's called kremsnita). It is a layer of cream and a layer of vanilla custard sandwiched between sheets of delicate crispy crust. Heavenly! Slovenes travel from all over the country to sample this dessert. We ...