when I came back home from Bosnia where I have the best times I didn’t know what’s wrong with me but I was so lonely and sad that I couldn’t stop thinking about how much I hate my life (of coarse I love my life but you know what I mean).
So the question was ‘’What should I do?’’ And I think we all know the right answer is TRAVEL! So I took some time (maximum 10 minutes) and realized I always wanted to go to Slovenia but I’ve never been there. I came home from my favorite cafe and told my mum that I am going somewhere to Slovenia and she was like: ‘’A friends of one are going as well so they can give you a lift.’’ I meeeean DESTINY?!
They went to Maribor so then I took a train from there to Ljubljana which was really beautiful ride. I arrived around 9pm and went straight to the hostel. Even tho I hear the city is beautiful I knew that I need nature more then anything else so this is why I didn’t even walk around and took the first bus to Bled.
I think lake Bled is the first thing which pop in your head when someone say Slovenia.
If I should be honest I didn’t really needed to visit this place, it was just something I should do and than get lost BUT at tho moment I saw the lake and the clear water I started crying it was so beautiful and I found out why people love this place so much.My plan wasn’t stay by Bled but get closer to Bohinj lake so I decided to take a bus to Bohinjska Bistrica and then walk to Polje where I stayed at a hostel.
Even tho it was supposed to be just an hour long walk I did few extra small hikes and some swimming in the river and also so frozen yogurt eating and it took me around 4,5 hours.I booked that hostel because it was on sale on booking but the destination was so perfect! I went to the river again and then to see some nature around, just look at the pictures.
I was kinda tired of all the walking so I went to the restaurant and had the most amazing pasta! I swear if I knew they will cook soooo well I would book an extra night. After dinner I went to sleep with thoughts of the next day.
Don’t forget to live!