Svino: A Small Slovenian Village
Today on the blog: A story about the little village where we spent a night in Sovenia. Picking up from where we last left off – we had stopped at a fortress above a deep gorge, and then got back on the road to find our AirBnb. Even though the day was passing quicker than we hoped, we knew that we could still squeeze in the activites that we wanted to do. We checked into our little overnight spot, met our hosts, and freshened up. I’m pretty sure that we were already wearing comfortable clothes, but if not, this was probably when we would have changed. Next up we wanted to check out some hiking trails, a hidden waterfall, and a Triglav National Park.
Svino is a small village near Kobarid in the Littoral region of Slovenia. The church in Svino, a small Gothic building with a star vaulted sanctuary, is dedicated to Saint Andrew. This village was so tiny and quaint – I just had to get out and take a look around. I managed to sneak in a little walk shortly after we arrived, and then a longer one the following morning after we had our *very strong* morning cup of coffee.
During my two walks around the streets of Svino, I was only one person! One person, and one dog who started barking at me through a fence. That was it!
Where was everyone?