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... served to us by a very grumpy waitress, by the river. We gave her our bronze change as a tip- good way to get rid of it. Wasps were a constant threat throughout the meal, a few knocked over chairs and screams as the wasps flew near our meals. All tired when we got back and so ready to jump in the lake. After going back to the hostel for a bit we migrated to the lake. Swam and then sunbathed, think all of us may have slept. Lucy definitely slept, confirmed by her ...
... going on to the Savica waterfall and a punishing climb that nearly killed me. This definitely counts as another touristy thing to do as the place was packed and we were charged money, much to Liza's horror. We then drove around more of the area, called Bohinj, before ending up at Kranjska Gora, the aforementioned ski resort, where we had our first non-camp lunch nearby (a massive pizza seeing as you ask).
All of it was unimaginably, dramatically beautiful. ...
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 ...
... aspect when we jump, otherwise we are fairly likely to smash into the rocks at the bottom, if not there are also plenty of rocks at the side too. We spent about 3 hours making our way down the river. Vying not to be the last one to jump/slide/abseil so you could see everyone's faces as they threw themselves into the unknown or maybe so not everyone would be watching you. It's been a constant competition today for a mention on the blog. My fav ...
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 ...