Today we woke up to a beautiful clear morning and brought the sun out with a mornging song that we sang (Annette you are with us!).
Tired from the day before, we started the last part of our journey, the 25 kilometers long path, along the Soča river. The river’s color kept us gaping in wonder. As we dripped in sweat we could only think about jumping into the icy cold water.
The Soča rushed down between gorges and turquoise pools, singing its song to us as we moved along its banks.
After an hour of walking, we emerged from a wooded area into an open field and decided to take a group photo. Then, we started our “solo walk”: we spread out into a long line and walked together but kept a significant distance between one another to be alone with our thoughts and to reflect on the past two weeks. Some walked for 2-2,5 hours others for a shorter while. We were asked to write down our thoughts, a poem, and a word that reflected our time during Riverwalk.
At lunch time, we all gathered at the river to “taste” the chilly Soča, some with our mouths, some with just feet and others who jumped into the water.
What to do when the night falls and the rain won’t stop? Play games – a round of werewolf kept us howling and warm!
Night night 🙂