All Posts By Urska

Meeting Capricorns.

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It’s been a week since our last hike in Friulian Dolomites and we miss it so much. We loved the peaceful villages, easy pace of living and mostly, hiking in beautiful mountains almost by ourselves … Well, not exactly by ourselves, we met a few hikers here and there, our last hike to Monte Borga however, we met more capricorns than people …

The story about Casso.

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After two days of hiking, we decided we need a day-off. Oto needed to rest and we wanted to explore around. We started our day with coffee and brioche in Erto, continued our way through Vajont Valley and soon found ourselves in an old village Casso under the Monte Borga. The village is beautiful, charming and so peaceful …

Heaven on Earth?

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On our 2nd day in The Dolomites we hiked an amazing path via Forcella Del Leone to Bivacco Antonio Marchi e Renzo Granzotto. Let’s say we got used to the spectacular views around here the day before – as Campanile is surely best-known spot in Friulian Dolomites – but looking back, the mountain scenery on the path …

Celebrating in Dolomites

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Oto turned 2 years old today and we are celebrating his b-day with a long weekend of hiking in Friulian Dolomites. We hiked to Campanile di Val Montanaia today and stopped almost on every step to take it all in. You just can’t believe the views in here. The 200 m high pinnacle Campanile is breathtaking and surrounfing mountain tops are amazing too …

Visiting Mr. Storzic.

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We both agreed the path to the top of the Storzic from Mace was our favourite so far. In days after the hike, our tired legs felt that 1,500 m of elevation – but honestly, when hiking it was too fun to mind the steep path. We could tell that the peak was foggy when approaching from Ljubljana and it made me sad at the beginning …

Heat wave escape.

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The heat wave has been around for a week now and it made us stay inside till late hours everyday – having time to repot plants, do the laundry, work on projects and master’s thesis, but boring our vizsla to death. Short walks and runs get us through the week however Oto doesn’t really seem to enjoy it, it’s still so hot in the city even late in the evenings …

All the summer food.

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Food lovers as we are, I simply must write a little something about all the amazing food we had while on our summer holidays. We love to eat good – and that we did! We ate well out and also when cooking in the camp. We missed a proper grill this year around, but managed to make yummy sea-food in our huge pan. I also loved all the salads …

The Baćina Lakes.

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Ever heard of Baćina lakes? Not surprised if not! Often overlooked part of the Dalmatian coast, they are situated close to port Ploce. But despite its proximity to the sea and the karst area around it, they are fresh water lakes. And let me tell you, this place really is something. We first saw and heard of the lakes when we passed them on our way to Dubrovnik a few years ago …

Camping with
your dog!

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We’ve always loved camping! But since Oto joined our pack, camping honestly got even better. It’ so much fun having your furry friend by your side – on the towel while reading a book in a shadow, when jumping and swimming in the sea, strolling around seaside cities in a search of a good icecream, on walks and hikes …

Panoramas of Peljesac.

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Let me get straight to the point of this blog post – we’re so impressed by Peljesac Peninsula! Amazed even. For our summer vacations this year, we decided to camp near Orebic, on western part of Peljesac and after spending only few days here, we can already tell this was a great idea. The southern side of Peninsula has an amazing view over the open sea, …