Transalp and the Way of St. James are perhaps the best known long-distance hiking trails, and you may have heard of them before. But what about the Via Dinarica? In the Green Karst in Slovenia I want to explore the path launched in 2010.
Before you dine in pretty bled monestary cream pies in posh cafes with lake view, you can bite your teeth in traditional gingerbread Radovlijca. A trip to the Slovenian Alps is like a journey through the ages.
Already in the approach, I fall in love with the green Slovenia. Mountains, clear lakes and a bit of adrenaline mix with the hidden gems of the coast and the capital, Ljubljana: robber barons, deep caves and a tourist jail. If I had not stolen the picturesque picture ...
Arrived atop this unspeakable mountain, we lost ourselves in sun and clouds. Watched as birds of prey and butterflies danced around us. We devoured the view that offered us, the surrounding mountains, the valley, the emerald river. At first creeping and then ever stronger, this feeling came to us, which means freedom and happiness. And suddenly I knew it was love.
Recognition number 57: If the drinking water bottle is frozen next to the bed, it was cold at night.