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... 4 of us, the others eating plain spaghetti made Michelin star with butter and herbs. Naomi branded her tea as poor-average pretty much reflecting everyone's opinion. Katie and Emma have gone to watch some of the music concert and have a last look at the lake. I can't wait to have a shower and then I have to pack up all my stuff which is really tidy as you can imagine. Got to be ready for tomorrow morning's train to Venice which we are excited for. Our last country ...
... not the pizza.
We are staying at our nice quiet campsite for a second night. Wasps aside, and Europe does seem full of them, many drowning in my wine, it's a beautiful peaceful place. Right now we are sitting in our shaded area drinking Macedonian wine. £1.40 a litre (yes a litre). No wonder it kills the wasps. The campsite owner is a funny bloke who sits here from 4-9pm drinking with his mates. Today's mates have just turned up and without casting too many ...
I did a whole lot of research yesterday which counted for nothing today as we completely changed our plans. I was going to take Kerry to some ice caves and the pretty town of Helstatt but it meant a bit of back tracking and we decided to push on towards Croatia. Because I refused to drive on the motorways so we could see more of Austria it took us from 10.15 till 5.15 pm to get to our destination. There was ...
Given away by the heading - today we have had a day of water sports. I'm sat by Lake Bled with Lucy and Katie whilst the others are swimming. We left at 9am, after being picked up by the activities people. Door to door service! First this morning we tried canyoning. This included jumping, sliding down very slippery rocks into very small, sometimes shallow pools, scrambling and also zip wiring. Our safety briefingj reassured us after he told us we must think ...
Splashed out on a taxi this morning to the train station (actually cheaper than the tram). Got a taxi partly because Emma was too scared of the tram after a close call yesterday where she almost got trapped alone on the tram. Picture her running up the tram banging on the windows, shouting 'can you stop please' with a tram-full of amused locals and us outside laughing more than we were trying to help. It was great because it meant we could get up an ...