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... We ended up at Skofja Loka- an old medieval town. It was interesting to see old style square cobbled pavers from centuries ago being laid. Walking on these however soon loses romantic appeal as they are rough and uneven.
As the time to kick off for the State of Origin was approaching our visit was very short and we set off for Ljubljiana. We parked at Tivoli park (as suggested by our helpful waitress last ...
We started on a long long trip to plitvice so we stopped off at Pazin Chasm and went on a walk through the chasm. We had walked from one side to the other and when we reached the top mum and dad had a coffee and then we went zip-lining! I was a bit nervous at first but my fear ran away quickly. The gear weighed about 5 kg. I got hooked up and soon I was soaring across the vast chasm. I was having so much fun and forgot about every one else in the ...
... of his life with me, and got down on one knee and asked me to marry him. Like any normal human girl, I nearly started to cry and of course said yes. He is after all my best friend and most perfect companion. You can’t do better than Rusher. No, I do not do the proprosal justice but am not good about writing the happy stuff.
Continuing on to get a small ferry to take us across the lake I couldn’t stop grinning and my face was starting to hurt!
We thought ...
... we all got a fill of seafood, something we haven’t been getting a
lot of since Greece! We then headed back to the hotel for a semi-early night as
we had to jump back on the couch the next morning to head through another
border to Serbia!
Tour Day 31:
Another day, another border. Today we headed from Bulgaria
to Serbia to continue our Balkans experience. Thank god for a quicker border
crossing! Post-check in, we headed out for another ...
... blue green color. Apparently the magic ingredient in the park is calcium carbonate, a mineral deposit in limestone. As the water flows over the limestone, it dissolves the rock and the water becomes supersaturated with calcium carbonate. When the water is still, it holds onto the mineral, but when it is moving, and spills over in waterfalls, the calcium carbonate is released and gets deposited in the lake beds. Over time these deposits form a rock called travertine, and ...