How could you grow tired of all these views?! I caught a glimpse of Slovenia’s highest waterfall on my visit from which the photos are a bit bad as it was raining. We also managed to stumble across the source of Soča river. We weren’t actually heading toward the river source but we drove two hikers to their car so decided to have a little hike up to the source! Lucky we did because… Beautiful! I hope you guys enjoy these photos because I absolutely do along with all the beautiful memories! A destination I a 100% recommend.
When I go to stores I always want to touch everything (anyone else do that?) to feel the materials. Well it’s been a subject at times and here I am again trying how this leaf feels. It looked somewhat different and it sure was extra soft! Crazy little detail of me and the leaf.
Look at that color!! That’s the source of the river right there! The path up there isn’t for the weak hearted.
A little embarrassing but just now that I was sitting down and finishing my post for tomorrow I noticed the notification of my two year anniversary with WordPress! Crazy!
Happy Anniversary WordPress!
(Notice the heading: Achievement.)
The Italian ossuary is a cemetery for fallen Italians in the first world war. It was finished in 1938 and opened by Benito Musolini. By the road up to the ossuary from the center of the town Kobarid are stations of the Cross’s path with Italian inscriptions. Along with the historical monument also the view from the top of the hill is quite stunning. I don’t think knowing the surroundings are spectacular take away from the awe-factor. A load of history accompanied with amazing views, including the Soča river trailing through the valley.
The Italian ossuary is a relatively new inhabitant on the hill as the church of St. Anthony has recited the hill since 1669.
Three stations of the Cross’s path along the way up to the hill.
I love my travels diaries. I love taking time on my travels to sit down in a cafe, by a river or on a bed at a hostel to trace down my experiences. Just to have a little time to go through what has happened is great during a trip.
Recently I read my travel diary from eight years ago when we weren’t living in this social media hype and I didn’t have a smart phone accompanying me on my travels. I realized how valuable those scribbles in my diary are for me. Those memories are much more raw and real via my diary than anywhere else.
I do sometimes think back on those lengthy cafe sessions and smile at the crazy wonderful memories. The memories that aren’t in any social media posts as a perfectly arranged coffee cup and leather bound notebook, but only in my mind and perhaps also scribbled on a page of a worn out notebook. Time, sometimes hours and hours, were spent enjoying the cafes air-condition, big mugs or just a comfy arm chair while writing with a pen purchased in a little market along the travels. Oh how life is different now that there needs to be an expected photo opportunity in there somewhere. Don’t get me wrong, I love these possibilities to share experiences and I love that I can share my travels with all you out there, either here on the blog or other social media platforms. I just love that I still find the traditional way of travels diaries as pleasing as I ever did and I love that I can now read through my thoughts from all my trips!
The diary in the photos is one I carried around for three months and quite a few countries. Even reading about the hard stuff that I encountered on my travels is nice to read about now. Valuable memories all in all.
Do you guys write a travel diary? How do you document your travels or life?
Such a beautiful area! The color scheme works for me as does the quiet and relaxing atmosphere. Driving along the river valley was accompanied by an constant string of amazement sounds and praises. The stunning nature and idyllic towns along the way just made it a coherent experience. Loved it and would love to visit with more time to spend in the area!