|Tolmin and Metalcamp from the 11th Century fort at Kozlov Rob|
The idea of waking up in the morning, strolling to the nearby river, swimming, washing and relaxing whilst watching the eagles soar above the valley is not something normally associated with a festival. Of course there was always the pleasure of a few beers and excellent music in the evenings and afternoons just to bring a bit of normality to proceedings. I have been to many festivals, but this is the only one where I could honestly say that I would have willingly spent the entry fee just to camp there at any other time of the year. Slovenia is a country with a very proud history and it is great to see the country using that, and its magnificent alpine environment to drive it forwards.
|At least Slovenia's supermarkets can see the EU for what it is!|
I also learned that the worst white knuckle rides are not found in theme parks, but in camper vans on winding roads in Alpine mountains.