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    Triglav National Park

    Bucket List item #683 – Triglav National Park, Slovenia Triglav National Park is endless adventure. Honestly, I wish we could have given ourselves more time in the park. I wish we had got a hotel there and stayed a while instead of a jam-packed day of exploring. Of course, there are so many places to see and things to do when you’re traveling, but I think the area deserved more of our time than we gave it and we missed a lot. Triglav reminded me a lot of driving through Rocky Mountain National Park. I think a loop all the way through would be fairly similar time-wise and the sort…

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    Monkey Mountain

    Bucket List Item #1570 – Iwatayama Monkey Park Kyoto, Japan It’s funny how a moment in time can sometimes feel so vivid. As I’m going through and doing the blog stories about past bucket list checks, I find some items so hard to talk about. I can’t remember the details or how we got there or what exactly happen. I know it’s a fond experience, but I can’t quite remember. Then there are things like Robot Restaurant, which you’ve probably read about in this previous post, that are forever ingrained in your memory like it’s carved in stone or knifed into a tree. That’s what Monkey Mountain is for me.…