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... US life and various policies. As such, we were treated as guests of this EU project!
The group of 15 were conversing with each other in English as the common language, so we had no communications problems. Some of them seemed surprised that we couldn’t provide detailed information about the US policy toward "rural" issues, i.e. agriculture. It was a foreign concept that, as city dwellers, we have only a general understanding of farming ...
... another five days in their country.
But we found Slovenia so enjoyable and approachable, we the took 13 days to explore, absorb and enjoy the people, the sites, the food and the wine. We traveled clockwise, starting at Piran on the Adriatic Coast and then angling a short distance east before turning north into the Julian Alps along the Austrian border. From there, ...
... that sounded from the cattle that had gathered in the field beneath our balcony. Seems like cows wake as early as roosters.
At breakfast, we learned from Marjana and her son Miha that they have 20 cows and 20 pigs. They keep them for milk and meat for the family and tourists who stay with them throughout the year. From the cow's milk, they make butter, clotted cheese and milk. The cows are milked twice daily.
... Celje shocked the entire hall. It was third wins out of 8 total in this championship that have brought us to the semi-finals, in which Lithuania and yet again was too heavy rival for us.
We finished fourth at end , after another lost game from Spain.
We spent a few hours after the game on Beer therapy at tents around sporthall, with music and everything.
Later we visited center of Celje. And ...
... up on schedule and the highlight of my day is that he takes us to Slovenia for lunch. This is quite surreal to me and he is amused by my delight, because for him it is simply a distance of ten kilometers or so. Petrol, cigarettes and some foods are cheaper in Slovenia because of the tax system. W go to a cafe that Mauricio knows and he orders for us all, but there was enough food to feed an army. He explains that he has ordered an antipasto plate for two, which is ...
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