#Onewayticket to #Europe :
#OverheardTODAY in #SLOVENIA (walking down the street there is a person walking beside me)
Slovenia (via Netherlands): I’m sorry I lost my bank card a few weeks ago and don’t have any money
Me: Why are you telling me this? (calmly)
Slovenia (via Netherlands): Because I don’t have any money….look (takes out wallet) This is where the credit card used to be and I have no cash
Me: Why have you come to the conclusion that I need this information? I haven’t asked you for money
Slovenia (via Netherlands): *stops* You haven’t asked me for money but why are you talking to me
Me: I just said hello….why have YOU come to the conclusion that my hello meant that I wanted money from you?
Slovenia (via Netherlands): Are you somehow insinuating that it’s racist to assume because you’re black that you wanted to ask me for money?
Me: I just want to know how YOU came to the decision to tell me about your bank card when I said hello
Slovenia (via Netherlands): *stops in his tracks in silence for a minute* I’m really sorry…I think I just realized that I’m racist….but I don’t want to be racist and I don’t even know what to say to you because you’ve made me think.and i’m not sure whether to say thank you or continue to say that I’m really sorry
Me: Next time just think about what your assumptions are when you meet someone.
Slovenia (via Netherlands): can you forgive me? I’m not a good person.
Me: Well…I’m not a good person either…I can forgive you
Slovenia (via Netherlands): *stands in silence for a minute* Thank you
The Fonda fish farm is a must-visit when in Portoroz. The farm lies in the Piran bay at the southernmost point of Slovenian sea. FONDA is a family of biologists who are passionate in helping the environment and at the same time provide the freshest fish in the market.
During the visit, we were asked if we know how to identify a fresh fish. Some answered to check the eyes and gills. Nope. Because you know why? Sellers can fake it. They can put eyesdrop on the eyes to keep it clear or inject chemicals in the gills to keep it red. The best way to find out if the fish is fresh is to SMELL it. Because fresh fish doesn’t smell and sellers can not fake it. Whatever perfume they spray on the fish, it will still stink if it’s not fresh.
The highlight of the tour for me was tasting the raw sea bass fish topped with their local salina flower salt and olive oil along with a glass (no, make it glasses) of Malvazija white wine.
#fonda#seabass#aquaculture#piran#portorose#portoroz#slovenija 🇸🇮 #slovenia#gayleskindoctor#dumaguetederma#dumagueteskindoctor
FISTIKLI CEVİZLİ PEYNİR EZMESİ. Malzemeleri:
Yağlı Ezine beyaz peynir 3/4 yemek kaşığı
İzmir tulum peynir 3/4 yemek kaşığı
Eski kaşar peynir 2/3 yemek kaşığı
Labne peynir 100 gr
3 Yemek kaşığı iri kıyılmış ceviz içi
3 Yemek kaşığı iri kıyılmış antep fıstığı
2/3 Diş sarımsak
Acı kırmızı pul biber
Yarım çay bardağı sızma zeytinyağ. 🧀🧀🧀🧀🧀🧀🧀Tarifi:
Derince kaseye labne dışında diğer peynirleri alıp çatal yardımı ile ezelim.Kaşar peyirini rendeleyelim.İçine azar azar sızma zeytinyağını ilave edelim.Rendelenmiş sarımsakları,ince kıydığımız dereotu,taze nane ve maydanozu da katalım.Antep fıstıklarını,cevizi irice kıyıp bir kısmını üzeri için ayırıp diğer kısmını ezilmiş peynirlerin içine ilave edelim.
Bu aşamada arzu eder ve acı severseniz acı kırmızı pul biber katın.Peynir ezmesinin kıvamına göre yumuşatmak için labne peyniri katıp karıştıralım. Sızma zeytinyağını da kıvamına göre gerekirse biraz daha katalım.
Benim peynirlerim sert olduğu için yaklaşık 100 gr labne peyniri kattım ve istediğim yumuşaklıkta kıvamı elde ettim.
İsterseniz servis tabağına hepsini koyup kaşığın tersi ile çukurlar oluşturup antep fıstığı ve ceviz kırıkları ile ve dereotu,maydanoz,taze nane ile süsleyip bir miktarda sızma zeytinyağ döküp servis edin.Ya da küçük kalıplarla porsiyonluk olarak şekil verip servis tabağına alıp yine aynı şekil de üzerlerine fıstık ceviz kırıkları dereotu vs yeşillikler ile süsleyip az sızma zeytinyağ gezdirip servise sunalım.Yapacak olanlara afiyetler olsun.🧀🧀🧀🧀🧀🧀🧀🧀🧀🧀🧀🧀🧀🧀🧀🧀🧀🧀🧀🧀🧀🧀🧀#istanbul#appetizer#instalike#cooking#mediterranean#world#worldstar#pic#pictureoftheday#Spain#France#Monaco#Italy#Slovenia#Croatia#BosniaandHerzegovina#Montenegro#Albania#Greece#Turkey#Syria#Lebanon#Israel#balkan#Bulgaria#Macedonia#Romania#Serbia#Albania#Yugoslavia
I'm packing a little heavier than usual this trip, but I felt passionately about bringing my pizza t-shirt. #onebag#onebagtravel#slovenia
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My bag: 1 tank. 2 plain t-shirts. 2 silly t-shirts. 1 long sleeve. 1 button down. 1 sweater. 1 raincoat. Running shorts. Khaki shorts. Hiking skirt. Capri leggings. 2 dresses. 5 undies. 2 bras. 2 pair socks. Necessary toiletries. Book. Journal. General purse stuff. Too much menstrual stuff. Pack towl. Some makeup. Ehhh, other stuff too.
@tophmonster also has stuff. And clothing. And books.
I like to think my dad was happy and that he really didn’t want to leave. Remembering how we were a family once. He came to Canada when he was 15 and missed home so much. He had style, good taste in music and I’ll always hear his voice calling me Dep with that Slovenian accent. @cindy.tony
#chardonnayinthesuburbs from Slovenia to suburbia with Permanent Agriculture Zorjan, on 7 ha of Demeter certified vineyards in the northeast, near the border with Austria. This is the Zorjan family’s macerated Chardonnay which gets a week on the skins, then 2 years in neutral barrels. 80 cases made. As per label instructions, do not drink while on the phone. Via @indiewineries + @providorepdx #zorjan#biodynamic#orangewine#slovenia#slovenianwine
🇸🇮It doesn't get much more romantic than Bled, a quaint, fairytale village on Slovenia’s glittering Lake Bled. Everything about it is swoon-worthy, from its 12th-century castle, set high on a cliff overlooking the lake, to its charming, candlelit restaurants. Pro tip: Take your sweetheart on a boat ride in a pletna, a traditional wooden rowboat, to the lush island in the middle of the lake. (Legend has it, visiting the island’s church and ringing its bell will make all your dreams come true.) 🕍
Polish traditional costume of Biłgoraj region . .
The costumes from Biłgoraj, out of all of the surviving folk clothing in the territory of Poland, are said to be exceptional. Along with e.g. the costume of Lasowiacy ethnocultural group, it is usually referred to as the most archaic type of Polish regional costumes. Particularly the Biłgoraj's female clothing is often mentioned as resembling the literary/artistic notion of an ancient Slavic costume.
Women were wearing comfortable linen clothes, adorned with monochromatic embroidery. Most popular colour of the embroidery was red. Some villages in the region would maintain black or blue patterns, less often green. Married women were covering their heads with long, embroidered pieces of cloth called "zawicie", attached to the round cap.
When planning our trip, we couldn’t decided between Lake Bled or Bohinj...so we chose both and it was the best decision. Bled was gorgeous and manicured while Bohinj felt rustic and untouched. #travelnotes