A brave another world

Who’d guess that mountains (ok, and a bathtub) would be the most missed objects if one moves to Tuscany?

There is one mountain queen in Tuscany called Monte Amiata, and when we wished to visit it in late April, it snowed. And then it snowed up the road leading to the top again, in July! Drama!

To take amore to Slovenian mountains was quite a sight to behold, not just because of his shiny sneakers he had packed just for this occasion. The conversation went something like this: “My mountaineering friend wishes to take you to the mountains.” “But why?” “I think she thinks they are beautiful.” After promising him that there was only a 10-minute walk to the spot in her mind, he lit up and packed the sneakers.

The destination was Rinka Waterfall above Logarska dolina valley to where I took you in a recent post. Today let’s go up where another world begins. Where people greet each other, where the sun acquires extra strength, where you turn into wildlife and where there is no sin (or at least so they claim: no sin beyond 1000 m).

Photo: a © signature mmm production (+ two of us: AG)

11 Comments Add yours

  1. Wow! Just wow! Too many delights to choose. But I’m taken by the bridges. The hanging in the air bar. The green beauty of it all!

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    1. Thank you, Claudia. I feel very fortunate. Best of both worlds.

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      1. Yes. Exactly the way to put it!

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  2. joey says:

    So beautiful there! It fits you, or you fit it, or something. The colors are like you.
    Love the mist.
    What is sin there? What do they mean?

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    1. Ah, thank you, Joey! 🙂 I’m glad you get this impression. As for the sin – hm…. I need to ask those mountaineers some detailed questions. 😉

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  3. Forestwood says:

    Delightful place. Thanks for sharing the photos.

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    1. Thank you, Amanda, for strolling around so that you found my previous blog as well. 🙂 Always welcome. I had fun revisiting this post with you.


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