Project 365: Day 332 – In love with Ljubljana


29th May 2015 – Ljubljana, Slovenia

Like the lifeblood of a forgotten empire,

The Ljubljanica flows though. Ever so slowly.

I flow too. Sometimes lost in a newfound current.

I am not a innate traveller. Yet, I try to be.

Ljubljanica river in Ljubljana, Slovenia

It was love at first sight. How can it not be? – Ljubljana, Slovenia

I left the Roxannes in the morning today. I had a bus leaving Ljubljana by 3PM, but since there was no way I could give the keys to Roxanne, I decided to leave with them in the morning, when they went for their work.

After spending some time in the local McDonalds, I clicked around the Ljubljanica river in the morning. Before being joined by Tina, who suggested a game of Billiards to pass some time. Turns out, the billiards she was referring to, was actually a game of 8-ball pool. I had to explain the difference with her while playing. We played 2 games, winning one each. Thats gender equality for you.

And then, I bid my goodbyes to one of the most beautiful cities I have been in Eastern Europe. Ljubljana may be small, but small things come in good packages, like someone said. It was a delight for the senses just walking through its narrow streets. But when you are travelling, all good things must gradually become good memories. And so does Ljubljana.

I did enjoy my time here. But now I must revisit another favourite city of mine.

Will write to you from Budapest tomorrow. Yes, the same Budapest where I stayed 10 days previously.

   
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About Abhi Surendran

Abhi quit his corporate job, and decided to immerse himself in travels, photography, occasional periods of bankruptcy, and copious amounts of insanity. He is currently working on a book of his experiences, and a dream road trip through South Asia. Both in a haphazard fashion. He blogs at Iamnothome and you can also catch him at times on Facebook and twitter.

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