After finishing a particularly enjoyable week in Zagreb and nearby areas, we are at Zagreb Glavni kolodvor, the main station of Zagreb, Croatia and we are frantically trying to locate our ride to cross the border to Slovenia and reach the village of Primostek for our first glamping experience at Big Berry. Soon in the distance we see the distinctly recognizable smiling logo of Big Berry on a car.… Read the rest
The Year That Was 2017:
I can’t believe another year is about to end in a day and it’s time again to stop and look back. To take stock of our journeys, not only in terms of travel but the journeys which opened a new horizon, a new meaning for both of us and helped us to see the world with diverse perceptions.
This year we decided to … Read the rest
Pogača– Slovenia’s Traditional Welcome Bread
When I first saw Pogača, I wondered what was so unique about it. It looked similar to … Read the rest
Remember my 3 female friends who love to paint towns red? 🙂
This is their account into the first of their foray into East European Countries.
First, one of us, C, wanted to know why is Slovenia an East European Country. This is south of Austria (separated by the Alps) which is deemed to be a West European Country. No one knows probably or is it too political to talk about it? Maybe the readers can help.
Slovenia is part of the area called the Balkans and was part of erstwhile Yugoslavia before it claimed independence after one of the … Read the rest