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... Slovenians as started by Anton Jansa (1734-1773, considered the father of modern beekeeping), and how many of their techniques are still used today but using more modern materials on a larger scale. We also learned about the "annual lifecycle" that beekeepers adhere to in order to have the most honey produced. Unique to Slovenia, we also learned that their beekeepers painted pictures unique to the area, life and habits of the local people on ...
... is a piece of interesting modern art; my friend Danica reckons it is the worst sculpture she has ever seen-it is a bit of an eyesore but that's what makes it all the more funny, especially with the romantic story attached.
I think the story goes something like this:
There was a human man in love with a human girl and she didn't love him so she threw herself in the water to try and drown herself. There a sea king fell in love with her ...
... and beer market.
It had at least 40 stalls all selling only burgers and beer.
Gourmet burgers, vege, chicken and many types of beef, so many varying burgers and Greg of course chose the biggest.
There were people everywhere and it had such a great vibe.
Little Ljubljana has one of the biggest shopping complexes and best that we have seen.
We lost a day in there buying too much.
... a little cloudy for decent views but it was still a nice setting. It only drizzled a little. We next drove down to the lake and took a pletna boat (similar to a gondola) out to an island to see a church with a lot of gold inside. It was then off to lunch at a local small restaurant. Next stop was by a local river and lake in a little village like area where ...
... stands as a reminder to those who made the sacrifice. (Info courtesy of Tourist information centre).
Whilst descending from the tunnel we or rather I suggested that we take the road less travelled. There was a reason why it was less travelled.... It went up!!! Not funny at all!! We arrived in to Trtžič and after much searching located the tourist info. They asked us to return later whilst accomodation was booked. Fortunately there was ...