Travel Blogs from Maribor
... It was an enjoyable experience and rare opportunity to spend time with a group of bright, well-educated and curious individuals.
So, How Do You Say Ptuj?
Each day, we continue to grapple with pronunciation and are learning a few phrases along the way. It’s a challenge in these countries where vowels often seem to be had a premium.
Saying Ptuj (Pah-TOO-eeee) means making a sound like spitting out a cracked tooth. Not literally, ...
... the view over Ptuj.
After buying some lunch at what appears to have been the cheapest bakery in the world, we eat it on the opposite side of the river looking back at the town. We then head back to Varazdin after a wrong turn gets us lost for a few minutes.
Back in Varazdin, we have an appointment to see another of Diannes relatives, Martina known as Tinica. It is Diannes mums cousins wife, which in Croatia makes her a very close relative. ...
Checked out downhill at www.maribor-pohorje.si but no mountain bike hire avail and chair lift not running. So Phil resorted to work: had a fair bit of work to catch up on, so we ventured back to Maribor. While ...
Another wild and thunder stormy day.
Ventured to this village on the recommendation of a few locals.
Great lunch by the river at Gostilna Ribič Restaurant
Were drenched in the rain several times and dried off in either tea or coffee shops.
Humid and rainy day wandering the streets.
Place is similar to Fremantle but maybe everyone is a little mellower. Place is a student town so maybe they are all still on holidays.
Found a great tea shop Cajnica Cajek, best ...