On the road…

I’m currently travelling, so for a while I won’t be able to update the blog.

Is going to be a tour ‘on the road’, my favorite, no flights.

I started from milano, this early morning, destination Trieste (a nice city at the border with Slovenia and on the coast), reached by train, from there a city bus to opicina, a small village in the inlands, up the italian carsic mountains.

Then I walked to the border, luckly I got a ride by a kind man by car for a couples of km, very close to the border where I easily and freely walked through.

After I walked again for an other 3-4 km to reach Sesana, the first slovenian town, where I cought a train to Ljubljana.

And here I am now, in this small but very nice city.

Soon will follow pictures.

Next destination…Zagreb

2 responses

  1. Enjoy Slovenia, and get the Zlatorog down your neck!

  2. thanks mate! sorry for the late reply. I didnt try zlato, instead I’d recommend ‘the human fish’ small brewery and beer!

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