Shortly after Villach we said goodbye to Austria and gave our goBox back, what even brought us some money into our travel cash box. We drove over the Wurzenpass, with 18 % slope and without any problems we drove slowly with 25 km/h over the pass.
On the other side we had for the first time a beautiful overview to the Julian Alps.
Further, we drove through Kranjska Gora on top of the Vršič pass, which is completely in the national park. The most turns of the road are built with cobblestones and we were not sure, if it was a good idea, to drive over the pass, but neither Johannes or Emma had any problems.
The next day we made a small hike. When we came back to the pass, there were hundred of tourists, so we decided to leave at around midday.
Accidentally we found the source of Soca, which was impressing us with the cold and crystal clear water.
The following hot day we spent climbing close to the Soca river. In the night we climbed Triglav and the next few days we spent paddling on the Soca.
Then we drove on and as it isn't that easy to find a sleeping place in Slovenia, we looked in our climbing guide. So we drove on overland roads to Iška Vintgar, where we stayed next to a small river, close to a natural park. Two days we spent with climbing and biking. Unfortunately a ranger forbid us on the third day to sleep there, so in the evening we drove towards Krka.
The following day we got up very early and explored the village Krka, the source of Krka and bought some cheese from Krka.
Then we drove through the valley following the river. We stopped to visit the castle in Žužemberk and went to shop some groceries.
In the evening we drove towards the boarder of Slovenia / Croatia.
Early in the morning we passed the boarder without problems, drove to Karlovac and from there through a partly abandoned region, where there were still many leftovers from the war 20 years ago around. Our last stop in Croatia was Dvor, from where we drove to Bosnia.