If you haven’t had the chance to read about our stay in Tolmin, you can read all about it here.
We left Tolmin via the same means by which we arrived, getting a bus back to Most na Soci and a train through Bled. This time though we carried on to the end of the line at Jesenice before changing platforms and boarding the train heading for Ljubljana. Continue reading “Lovely Jubbly Ljubljana”
If you’ve missed out on our last blog post about Lake Bled, you can find it here.
The next morning we got a taxi to Bled Jezera train station and set off for Tolmin, a small town hidden among the hills that make up the Soca Valley. The train was not hi-tech or pretty but moved at an impressive rate and was astonishingly cheap. Continue reading “Tolmin tide waits for Nowhereman”
If you need to catch up on our final days in Hungary, you can still do so here.
And so, having taken in all that Hungary had to offer, we set off for the marathon journey to Bled in Slovenia. It’s not that Bled is particularly far from Hévíz, it’s just that it’s amazingly difficult to get to. Hungarians, apparently, really do not want you to leave and if you do leave, they really, really don’t want you going to Slovenia. Continue reading “Lake Bled – Don’t let the Bled Blogs bite!”