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... Some were complaining about not feeling the vibe the second night. I found this interesting. Perhaps the lesson from this is that the first time is always going to be a blast, but trying to recreate that experience will only lead to disappointment. It's not something I personally felt since I was in a chilled out mood anyway, but I think it's something to keep in mind as I travel onward. If I revisit any of the cities I've been to so far, it will be a far ...
... like a moat. The center piece of Ljubljana is a small city square with a church, fine restaurants, and what is called the 'three bridges'. I arrived late in the day so my photos may be dim, I hope tomorrow the sun come out so I can document how amazing this place looks along the river. So far overall, this place is peaceful and surreal. It still holds true to the Eastern European feel, but 'does it at its on pace and style'. This place has been an unexpected pleasant stop along my ...
... I think I have managed to patch it with sealant bit this is one of the disadvantages of tubular tyres, fingers crossed for the rst of the trip.
There is much happening around our locale over the next few days as it is the festival to celebrate the end of summer, As a result there is much in the way of music, street performers, food stalls, etc.
Tomorrow as another nice day is expected we are thinking of visiting Piran and Portoroz on the coast...
... more difficult to ask the guide questions. Walking through the cave I admired the sections of both the old and new sections of the cave including all the stalagmites and stalactites and the interesting shapes the cave walls formed. There was one the stalagmites was entirely made up of lime stone making it incredibly white in contrast to the red and beige colours of the rest of the cave.
After the cave tour ended, Fernando and I headed up to a castle built into a cave opening on ...
... and only became an official country in 1990. Although, the Slovenian people have always had a strong link to this land and even though adopting Yugoslavia as their namesake, Slovenia was still in their heart and their blood as their true home. Since the 1990 independence decision, the country has not looked back and within a year, applied and was accepted into the European Union, and has since flourished into a total western society.