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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 ...
... 20minutes of starting the sky above had turned a very different colour indeed, thanks to my love of David Attenborough I was fully aware that mountain weather could change at the drop of a hat so as the trouser wearer/decision maker in this relationship (yeah right) the decision was made to turn round and head back for camp. As we arrived through the entrance of the camp we were greeted by our first clatter of lightning, ferocious winds and a major ...
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 ...
... just seemed to simple.
I got the hang of it pretty quickly surprisingly and had a great time. We spent a few hours in the canyons "canyoning" I guess you would say, jumping off rocks, swimming and climbing. I´m proud to say I jumped from a rock 6 meters high!! The day before Maria and I were regretting not doing the jump, which was much higher than 6 meters, so I had my chance to do it...and I did. I was instructed by the guys how to ...
... go and check it out. I found it again and wandered it to see three Turkish blokes sat round a table, drinking beer. They were dodgy looking mafia types. I asked for a kebab in German and was then confronted with a large reply. I was a bit worried but between them they managed to get their point across that they only had shish kebabs. I wanted a quick an easy take away but it now looked like I was having a sit down meal. As I waited he asked if I wanted a drink, I decided as i ...