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... there in Maribor, doesn't help we forgot our guide book either. The most entertaining bit was arriving in Ljubljana Airport and picking up the hire car for my first driving on the right hand side of the road experience (have previously driven in NZ but they are the same as side as the UK).
... is called 'Hot horse' - where (un)suprisingly given the name, is an establishment whereby you can consume hot horse.
As you would now be thinking, ideally these are not three whispers that are really going to help you if and when you end up in a Slovenian prison, yet three whispers that proved remarkably true.
The capital of Slovenia was Ljiuibana and is pronounced .
Lake Bled was stunning beautiful; I spent only a day at the beautiful ...
Its finally here we are off to Mangart - soooo excited.
Travel through Kranjska Gora, pass the Russian Chapel Russian Chapel built 1916-1917 by WW1 Russian war prisoners who also built the cobbled hairpins of the Vrsic, and we thought riding them was tough and then over the Vrsic Pass - first taste of the
cobbled bends and no less than 49 hairpins (slight problem on the way down with no rear
... the women's European basketball tournament was being held in Slovenia at this point - so we had an unexpected bonus - a night in Bled.
We had a quick orientation walk around Bled, which if memory serves mostly involved us looking at the lake, the castle and the island in the middle. It was all very beautiful - clear blue water surrounded by hills and the cliff ...
... the azure waters of Dubrovnik but those intrepid travellers Tim and Helen set off for Montenegro where it appears very, very, very wealthy Russians spend their millions. Of the Balkan states we visited, Bosnia Herzegovina and Montenegro have not recovered from the war of the 90s to the same extent as others. The bullet holes in the walls of houses in Mostar are a vivid reminder of the conflict.
We think we have found paradise and the locals call ...