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Hiking at the end of the world? C’mon, admit it, there’s a super cool edge to it.
And besides, we Slovenians are known to be a “hiking nation”, so when our new friends from the USA invited us to go hiking in Ushuaia together, saying “nope” was not an option. No matter the circumstances.
And that’s perhaps where things started to go wrong.
This is a story about our hilarious hiking in Ushuaia and all the DOs and DON’Ts you should(not) repeat.
A river that winds lazily across wide plains. White storks nesting on chimneys. Picturesque churches and unique architecture. Lush green hills, lined with vineyards and mighty castles sitting among them. Thermal waters for relaxation and the juiciest Slovenian dessert. Welcome to Prekmurje region in Slovenia!
Every city, town or village in Wales (you get the idea, right?) features a castle or at least what remains of it. There are supposed to be more than 600 castles in total in that beautiful land. Despite that there are mostly ruins left surrounded by magnificent walls they are
Sheep. Sheep everywhere. Down at the stream or high in the rocky walls. Looking like flocks of wool spread around green landscape – or in the moment of epiphany I’ve felt that meadows have juicy pimples ready to be squeezed 🙂 “Aren’t sheep more common in Ireland?” I was mulling
I guess a bunch of you have already been in London, lucky ones probably even more times but anyway – here is some information that someone may find useful one day. 🙂 If you have any additional questions you can always contact us ([email protected]) and we’ll be more than happy
A London Travelogue from our 4-day trip to London. Slightly informative & slightly ridiculous – just your perfect bedtime read.