Our final adventure in Slovenia was in and mostly around Kranjska Gora. It’s a fairly famous ski town and we had heard it was great for New Years Eve celebrations. Mostly we went to see the gorgeous Julian Alps. To clear it up -the Alps go over 8 countries and 750 miles (1,200 km). So … More Kranjska Gora
We’ve known there was a Durango Spain for quite a while, but we never thought we would visit it. It’s pretty far from everything, and it didn’t look like there was that much to really see there. This whole trip was mostly to eat pintxos and to see Dragon Stone. But being this close, of course … More Durango
To celebrate the end of school and our wedding anniversary and just because we can: we flew up to Basque Country for 11 days. After our Ireland trip we learned we hate big cities so we worked for a while to make sure we could see smaller cities and just do things we want to … More Bakio and San Juan de Gaztelugatxeko
The guy who checked us out of our hostal was named a cool Russian guy named Ivan, and he almost made Dublin worth visiting when he dropped this pun on us, “Ivan you to have a nice trip”. Justin’s Inn in Dublin should give Ivan and the HR person who hired Ivan a raise. We … More Ireland Trip Part 6: Going Home
Buried treasure is the epitome of adventure. We were going to have a big adventure going to see a buried treasure site, an ancient mill, and a museum that talked about aforementioned buried treasure. But losing your buried treasure – probably the epitome of disappointment. No joke, the guy who buried all his treasure never came … More Hike: Treasure and Disappointment!
The last serious hike we took was up El Pico and it ended up being one of the most grueling hikes we had ever taken. And this hike was a close second. It was late August, and the average temperature was 94F (35C). If we get a heat wave (which we did), the temperature goes … More Hike: Abandoned City and Castle
We’ve been hiking a lot this simmer, and recently went to three really cool Medieval things. We thought it would be best to combine them into a single post, so here it is! Puente Medieval – The Medieval Bridge This bridge was built by the Knights of Calatrava, to connect Martos with a neighboring village. … More Hikes: Three Medieval Martos Things