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Sava

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Sava

It’s been a while since I updated my journal. We adopted a dog, I changed my camera gear and we chilled at this beautiful spot by the river Sava Bohinjka.

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Zelenica

Zelenica

One of those perfect autumn weekends, when everything turns golden. It seemed like everyone went hiking …

Lost in the Woods

Lost in the Woods

Debela pec (2014m) rises steeply above the Krma valley on one side and descends towards the vast forests of Pokljuka on the other.

Raduha

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Raduha

Our second time visiting Luce and staying at House Raduha. Breznik family was happy with the photos I took in the summer and they invited us back for another treat. This time we chose a night in the hayrack.

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Supermoon

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Supermoon

November 2016 - the closest the Moon has been since 1948. These are a few quick morning snaps from my window and some evening shots of Mt. Triglav.

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Mangart

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Mangart

Done. Told you Imma do it :) It was a perfect afternoon/evening for the Mangart hike ... 

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Visevnik

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Visevnik

A lovely Danish couple came to visit Slovenia. They wanted to do some hiking - me and Luka took them to Visevnik (2050 m). We decided on a sunset hike as I was working in the morning ...

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Going back

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Going back

I've read somewhere that everyone eventually returns to Iceland for a second trip. True dat. We got our tickets for a winter adventure and we'll be spending a week in the north again!

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Snow cave

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Snow cave

Snow Cave is the highest-lying tourist cave in Slovenia with an entrance altitude of 1530m. A 45min car ride from House Raduha lies this intriguing cave with temperatures from 0 to 4°C to cool off the summer days ...

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House Raduha

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House Raduha

"House Raduha is located in the old centre of Luce. It got its name from the Raduha Mountain, which slopes down a ridge to the rocky threshold Breznica right at the edge of the village. The only things separating the house and the Breznica threshold is the Savinja River and our garden, which features living units in a beautiful architectural distribution. 
House Raduha, known among the locals as 'pri Medetu', has been welcoming guests ever since 1875. The cooking skills of grandmothers have helped hone the mastery of granddaughters for four generations. You will rarely find such an inspired combination of tradition and modern influences as in House Raduha."

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Velika planina

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Velika planina

Time spent in central Slovenia, under Kamnik-Savinja Alps. Velika planina is a plateau of vast meadows, mooing cows, unique wooden cottages and fantastic views of Kamnik-Savinja Alps ...

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Mangart saddle

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Mangart saddle

Hiking around Mangart saddle with great views all around. Mangart is Slovenia’s fourth highest mountain with a very convenient access - the Mangart road (Slovenia’s highest road). We didn't ascend the mountain itself but merely circled around the plateau. Next time we'll surely conquer it.

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Emerald Soca Valley

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Emerald Soca Valley

This day trip started when Nina purchased two zipline tickets in Bovec, so we figured we might as well make a road trip around these fascinating parts of Slovenia. We started by crossing the border to Italy since we wanted to go back in over the Predil Pass ...

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Goriska Brda

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Goriska Brda

We picked up our friends in Ljubljana and drove to Goriska Brda for a lovely yet rainy weekend of good food and wine. We haven't been there before, so Zan and Anamarija showed us around. Goriska Brda is a small hilly region is western Slovenia, mostly cultivated with vineyards and orchards, so it's especially beautiful in spring and autumn ...

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