I’m not a fan of big cities. Even Ljubljana is too big for me. But when you travel and discover new places, you’re open to anything. Even multi-million cities. Like Brisbane.
I wouldn’t say a typical day. Just an average day. Like many people around the world, I have been taken a bit by the corona spontaneity. I could say disorganization, but spontaneity sounds much better.
I think I found the name for my firstborn child. A cyclone, which slowly formed in the middle of the ocean, not far from the Solomon Islands, has unexpectedly developed into a real troublemaker even before it traveled away from
Living the dream, you say? There are definitely worse places to get stuck in, is a statement I hear very often. I can't complain, far from it. I'm truly enjoying it. And if I'm being totally honest, I've been living
Hot. Sunny. Humid. Finally, real summer! Kind and happy people. Bula here, Bula there. Compared to Australia, when asking, “How are you?” I always get an honest answer, one that expresses Fijian love for life: “Wonderful! Another fine day ahead!”
Nisem ponosna, da sem potrebovala leto dni, da sem jo prebrala, ponosna sem, da je bila z mano na tej poti. Nekako se mi je v tem letu dni toliko dogajalo, da enostavno nisem imela (no, nisem si vzela) dovolj
I’m thinking. Yes, even this happens sometimes. I’m thinking why I’m sitting in long pants and a sweater in the middle of summer, in one of the driest regions of Australia. Australia, the driest continent, experiencing climate change like other
Bad weather followed us to Grampians National Park. We’ve been coordinating days with the weather, hours with the sun, paths with the rain, so we could get the most out of our visit. See the most and walk the most.
There’s going to be a full moon. It always strongly affects me. I’m emotional and sensitive as it is, but when the moonlight gets brighter and stronger, everything gets even worse.