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Our last night in Tito's summer home. Mark got up early to shoot some photos around the lake. He tried to rouse Mac, our budding photographer, for a "Photo Safari," but he said, "No Thanks!"
Beautiful morning, a bit cooler, but still humid. We packed up, woke the kids and went down to breakfast. Another nice buffet. Notice we use the word "buffet," in comparison to "table service." Most everything was at the ready at the buffet, except for hot ...
... old pervy Asian guy who took great pleasure in taking photos of me on his phone, without bothering to even ask. To add insult to injury, he wasn’t even taking photos of my face, but my chest! I was outraged, Mattijs was going to go smash him but I told him it just wasn’t worth it.
And just to top our day off, we didn’t even have a sunset! We had been hopeful but no, it decided to be cloudy.
Damn those church bells, maybe we should have just left them alone! ...
... home there too.
The last place we went to for the day was Bled. I hardly even looked at the famous castle on the lake; it was spectacular but all I could think about was food. I get hangry unfortunately; Lucky we found a place- I ate Balkan food at the restaurant which is typical for Slovenian people to eat. It was really good food and good fun. At this point my friend and I were so tired that everything was funny. I couldn't tell you what we talked about, probably ...
... across what the kids thought was the best thing - a simple, rope swing that went out over the lake.
I loved watching the kids (and Greg) enthralled in such a fun, simple activity.
This was a highlight for me with such a stunning backdrop, beautiful weather, laughter and a beautiful family.
Lake Bled is beautiful but Lake Bohinj has so much natural, untouched beauty that ...
... fit the bus. We were so close to houses on some sides in some cases. Lots of farms in this area.
Back in Bled we drove up to the castle which was a little underwhelming, its drama comes from viewing it across the lake.
Gordon, Helen and I then set off to walk around the lake stopping for pizza lunch with giant iced coffee. Took us just under 2 hours mainly ...