And while we're on planes ... I think traveling is among the biggest and best pleasures of this our life, is not it? After all, seeing new places, habits and people (boys magic) is always more than pleasant, allowing us to open up a little more range of our vision of the world in which we live. So I guess a shame, really, the person spend so much to travel to another country and getting there only to get hit in the leg shopping and taking photos to post on social networks, you know? The idea that I travel is precisely myself off the area in which I live and dive deep into what is unknown to me, forgetting, even for a brief period, I live in another part of the planet. So, not like it when it comes to happen, to roll the impetus to do what we usually see that other people do when they travel. Do not you think it ou extreme, because I do not think the same! But if it is to travel just to be buying and photographing? NAM!! I'd rather take a buzão and throw me in Toritama City to buy cheaper jeans and then make a book with JR Durango! rsrsrsrsrsrs
The truth is that, really wish I could ($ $ $ $ $) travel "muitão, but not to the jaded circuit: Milan, New York, Paris, London.'s That seems to already know them so much that I have friends, acquaintances, who go to these places and show photos, and tell how it was "shovel and PEI", you know? gets a tad boring for me. Though, of course, also want to know these places one day. type, Andrea Sachs and do play within the cell Fontaine des Mers at Place de La Concorde. Crossing with Sarah Jessica Parker and her twins on the streets of NYC. Farting near Victoria Beckham in London, just to see what his reaction would be. And, of course, and obviously swinging breasts "cazamigas travestruzes" in Milano!
But none of this would be as attractive as places that are little known in the trendiest travel itineraries. One of the countries that I have longed to know is Slovenia, which lies precisely in Eastern Europe, a region that only live in a day dreaming step, since the Czech Republic is also there and dream about getting to know Prague! Not to mention that Austria, located in central Europe, but it borders these two others, which is another figure that my desired script. And we know that, just be there, to make it easier to know all of them doing a version of "justify my love" by train, right honey?
Now back to Slovenia and babemos lot in beautiful images that I selected this small country, which looks more like a fairytale place!
Breathtaking, is not it not? The only thing is I would have to learn to speak "drinks" and "neca" in Slovenian before I play ...
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Slovenia & Northern Croatia - travel suggestions2006-09-13 12:56:15 by sfnomad
I'm leaving a 3.5 week trip to Croatia & Slovenia, starting late Sept (in about 2 weeks). Right now my only defined destination is Varazdin and Zagreb. (Did the Dalmatia coast last fall) Some questions to the Croatia & Slovenia travel experts and experienced travelers;
- any special consideration for single woman traveler? I thought the Dalmatian Coast was the safest places in the world I have ever been to so far, so I hope it's true for the rest of the the Croatia & Slovenia as well.
- any other travel advice?
Thanks in advance.
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