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... made chocolate cake!
Sun 26th: Hired bikes locally and took off to Vintgar Gorge. What a beautiful gorge in the mountains with crystal clear water. Then we cycled down to Bled with freezing cold hands on the handlebars and warmed up with soup at a local restaurant. ...
... correctly, Cat said Budapest, Katie said Bosnia and Greer said Slovakia. Not bad girls- not at all bad.
But I think everyone is pretty happy- they seem quite surprised about my pamphlet... apparently setting the bar high!
Then we grab some food and head to the plane which is all running on time... shock of all shocks. Most of the girls catch some zzz's on the plane but me and Calves have a great chat.
Then we arrive in Slovenia, ...
... to the border with Austria. The town itself is tiny and very cute, lots of cosy pubs and a gorgeous church. After asking numerous locals for directions, all of whom seemed to know where the lake was but equally reluctant to help out an ignorant tourist, some guy took pity on my and pointed me in the right direction. The lake itself is stunning, crystal clear emerald waters and the most picturesque island in the middle, where the famous church and "Wishing ...
... museum in Eastern Europe - there are 65 bee keepers who manage some 5,000 hives. We opted not to visit, but instead visited the Gingerbread Museum which is in the basement of a cafe that sells gingerbread. The bakery has been in operation for over 500 years (it shut down for about 100 years in the 1700's). The ladies who make the gingerbread were delightful, showed us the equipment and how the gingerbread is made, and one of them had distant relatives who live in Vancouver. She ...
... around the streets of the old town looking in the various shops and cafes... And icecream shop! The highlight for me was walking along the pedestrian only street running along the river. The sun was warm and people were sitting outside at the cafes/restaurants, soaking it all up before the long cold winter starts! Our next day started a bit wet, but slowly fined up enough for us to do the Vintgar Gorge walk in the neighbouring ...