- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... nothing particularly pretty or interesting to look at.... but ended up finding a nice spot on a small lake in a little town called Kosevje in Slovenia. Nice place for a swim on a hot afternoon ... drinks in a bar overlooking the lake. Parked up on the edge of the lake for the ...
... the others are not there to translate for him. Etsia has some English and some French so we are able to communicate okay, although when she is giving Mauricio instructions, I am completely lost. Etsia is going to a wedding on the weekend and has bought a special outfit; Carla is helping her make some adjustments to it. The boys reckon she looks like an airline stewardess and give her grief all night about it, Enrico looks like he might wet his pants. All in all, a great ...
After a few days in the capital, we rented a car and began further explorations, making our way in a general loop around Slovenia. It is a tiny country. If you stay on the main highways, you can zoom across the whole thing in about half a day. But we preferred the scenic backroads and the ability to pull over when anything struck our fancy. Outside the capital, Slovenia is composed almost entirely of countryside sprinkled with intermittent ...
We woke up fairly early as we needed to get Kyle to the airport. A sad day, as we were saying good bye to Kyle and then also Italia. It has been an amazing two weeks and so glad that Kyle could come all the way from Sth Africa to join us on our adventure and be a part of the whole experience - hopefully he enjoyed it all as much as we did!!
... on a working organic farm where we were fed to the point of bursting. Homemade sausage, butter, bread, cheese and cider were on the table every morning. The breakfasts and dinners were so large that we stuck to two meals a day, which gave us plenty of fuel for our long hikes. Another highlight was creme cake - basically a thin layer of flaky pastry, a layer of vanilla custard and then a massive layer of sweetened whipped cream followed by another very ...