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... Kumrovec were known by the noble people as the "mud people" and were looked down upon...until the "mud people" had enough and burned down their castles on the mountain in revolt. The people of Kumrovec lived very communal lives with everyone looking out for each other. The only people in town with nicer homes were the blacksmith's as they were the most needed by everyone. When a couple was married, the community had a special home that was ...
... but decided it was OK to come out of retirement since it was pretty much guaranteed we would not have to belly crawl. If Cher can go on tour again after having a farewell tour, Thetwinsontour can go into Europe's most developed caves after retirement. They pretty much herd you through there like cattle. You have to take a train through the beginning of the cave, and it flies through the stalagmites and stalactites at warp ...
... along the Soca Valley - this is so clear - mental note to return next year and camp
We pay our 5 Eur and set off, talk about butterflies, hope we do not meet anything coming the other way and pray we get the right exit at the end of the tunnel otherwise it will not take long to get to the bottom
Top of Mangart not sure if we should laugh or cry - this is AMAZING !! Unable
to take it all ...
... the scenery was stunning with some impressive agriculture in Italy.
To maintain an average speed of 60km/hour is difficult. Oh well, we were on holiday so what’s the rush. So to the sound of German rock and roll on the radio we took a leisurely drive from Switzerland into Italy and then into Austria where we stopped at a small camp ground in Glanz. Three countries in one day. Not ...
... makes her clothes fit better. Clare continues to be some what of a talking point on the tour with one of our fellow travellers wanting to video her today to support emails already sent home about this amazing older woman.
Tim boldly went where we 3 females dared not go: to the hairdressers. His hair cut and beard trim were lost in translation!
As we leave SLOVEnia we look forward to our next conquest, Italy.