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So here we are, getting set for our 2014 Balkan Adventure. After 2 days of ferocious packing and cleaning, as we vacate what has been our Reception, Bar and Restaurant for the last six and a half years, we have collapsed in a heap pending some last minute personal packing and 'making ourselves look beautiful' preparations - so much to do, so little time!
As some ...
... Tyrolean style houses, rolling hills, farmland, and beautiful, beautiful lakes. All the while, the mountains played the backdrop for the scenes that unfolded before us. It was absolutely wonderful.
We finally reached Salzburg around 5:30 and as luck would have it, our bus stopped at Miarabellplatz right near our hotel. YES. We got off the bus and I told Cheryl we should take the nasty lady's bag off the bus and leave it on the side of the road. Obviously we did not do ...
... Puchheim for the last hour of the trip. Now the first two hours was a pleasant enough journey through a lot of farm land. However, as we approached Atnang-Puchheim, the landscape changed a bit, became more mountainous and much, much more scenic.
Once we left the train station on the connector train, we found ourselves flying by rivers surrounded by large fir trees and past tyrolian houses with pastures and flowers everywhere. Next came the ...
... the temperature within the cave system during winter remained well below freezing.
Discovery of the cave was first recorded in 1879 after a natural scientist explored the first 200m. While some locals were aware of the cave, due to its location and tongue of ice, it was considered the gateway to hell, and no-one even considered going in! Serious exploration began in 1912. Just getting to the mouth of the ...
... of this sitting around in a circle as per Sydney Zoo. Everyone sat across the hillside, on logs, the stairs, where-ever. The only stipluation was that during the use of the falcons and smaller birds, that those on the grass sat down. Good advice. The birds obviously had a sense of humour, and enjoyed the buzz that occurred when they skimmed over heads and shoulders, ruffling hair as they shot towards ...