Beers, Bears and Frozen lakes

The first thing I learnt when I got to sunny Slovenia was that they have a  healthy population of brown bears… now in the last few years I’ve had this weird obsession with bears which has included making a paper mache 6 foot bear and multiple dreams.I have decided that the bear is my spirit animal, so clearly this trip was then meant to be. However, before you all get too excited I saw none *disappointed/relieved face*. After having multiple locals laugh at me while I tentatively asked if there are bears up in dem hills… they advised me that in fact they were further south so we had nothing to worry about.

Before I keep rambling on about bears how about some photos?

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Love those old ramshackled old houses

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View out our hotel window

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Giant bennie!

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Pretty shadows on pretty churches

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Main River that runs through Ljubljana 

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Invader street art

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Lettuce anyone?

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Loved all the colours and textures 

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Our train to Lake Bled

Next stop was the beautifully famous Lake bled where we spent 3 days wandering around the icy lake, having coffee in the sun and admiring the fawny alpine forests.

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There was a lot of Jesus

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Most of the lake was frozen

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Local Restaurant very …homely 

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Tree frozen into the lake

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