so today you finish off ljubljana by visiting musems and just doing nothing except enjoy the city.
you start off at the ethnographic museum, which is a fascinating museum dedicated to the history and culture of slovenians and other cultures of the world. it also has an exhibition (first photo) of sculptures by a slovenian artist.
and here you discover a slovenian folk take you love. you love it so much you even draw it. the museum has a children section, so you borrow some colored pencils for a few minutes…
there was once a young shepherd who adored looking at the clouds as he watched his sheep.
this made the cloud goddess happy. very happy.
so she gave him a cloud, and he tied it to his arm with a piece of string.
when the sun shone, he found shade under his own personal cloud.
and when he wanted to travel, he hopped on top and flew all over the world.
fall came, and the cloud turned brown.
winter came, and the cloud turned into snow.
it’s rare that something (non edible) resonates strongly with you. so a big thumbs up to the museum for having that!
and it’s a good thing you aren’t a shoplifter, because when you arrive home and unwrap the cheese, you find a magnetic anti-theft strip! only in europe is cheese good enough to be shoplifted… you won’t find cheese being protected like that in america.
in the end, not a very exciting day. but that’s fine because you needed a bit of a break from traveling.