Two elderly men were standing a step away from Šuštarski Most (Cobbler’s Bridge) in the heart of the old part Ljubljana. They looked like longtime friends involved in deep, calm conversation. Just like a reflection
Few weeks have passed since my last Yonder arrived in your mailbox. I apologize. The reason for my absence is a combination of factors that have kept me away from yondering. No, I did not
I have no idea how Luka Dončić, point guard for the Dallas Mavericks, got on this planet. I remember the image of this young 18-year-old champion when the Slovenian team won the European championship in
Melania Trump — or Melania Knavs, as she was called before she married and moved into Trump Tower — will be the only first lady since 1829 to have been born outside the United States.
My piece last week, Gone on the Trump Train, from the Slovenian hometown of Mrs. Donald Trump (a.k.a Melania Knauss) prompted some unexpected reactions. They were all positive. I was expecting polarized reactions at least
Hôja, di, hôja, ljubica moja! Aj, jaz pa pojdem v belo gostilno, aj, jaz pa pojdem, da te pozabim, da se tam silno, silno napijem, dnarce porabim, vinca navžijem! Bodi, točajka,tako prijazna, daj mi še
June 11 was a very rainy day in Slovenia. We sat in a little hotel in a place called Ajdovščina, and were having some trouble regaining our energy after attending my friends’ lovely-but-large wedding the
Deep inside Postojna Cave, an ancient wonder of rock and water not far from the Slovenian capital city of Ljubljana, sits a modernist aquarium—an anachronism of steel and glass and blue lighting. Seven hundred thousand