Tonight we are going to a club at ‘Skyscraper’. It is called Skyscraper because it’s the tallest building in the city. I’m pretty sure it’s only a dozen or so stories high. The club is on the top floor.
This is what happens when you have a city without real big buildings.
First sip of whiskey since leaving America
My host man is ordering pizza for me
Talked with parents on skype
First time using skype for a legitimate purpose. How magical! I’ve probably gone longer than six weeks talking to them, but being thousands of miles away makes it seem more important I guess.
Here I am at the Adriatic Sea! We went for a short 12km hike around the Slovene Coast and saw a lot of beautiful sights. And at the end we got a bottle of wine!
iPod on the Bus
I took a different bus home tonight and a goofy boy sat across from me. He was listening to his iPod really loudly (IDevenK why people do that, it’s gonna kill yer ears) and I could hear Crystal Castles. I asked him about it and we ended up trading iPods (circa 2005). He immediately went to the Dubstep section of my iPod which I found really entertaining. Maybe I will see him at the Dubstep show tomorrow.
Anyway, this was just a fun interaction I had with a Slovene on the bus. I will try to interact with more on the bus in the future.
IDK if the student that I was teaching the other day was legitimately interested in Howard Zinn, or just wanted to impress me.
But I used A People’s History of the United States to talk about US perspective of WWI vs. Slovene perspective of the war, and what people are taught about it.
Apparently even in Slovenia Weasley is their king :)
These are all over Ljubljana
This is a package of four 2-litre bottles of wine. That is 8-litres total. It was heavy and I walked 6km to take it home. It cost 7Euro.
IDK what this is about, but it’s a Lego Hitler.