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"lubiana" Discussed on Inside Europe
"Wish to. Rise to the top of the men's professional cycling scene hasn't been an overnight affair every year, the tourists Lavinia, welcome some of the world's top teams, and that gives local cyclists chance to test this speed and stamina against the best in the business. Five years ago a rider on a Slovenian team upset the favorites from the likes of team sky to take overall victory, his name premature glitch and his manager at the Adra Mobile Team was bogged down think we have a lot of like I said, small teams and we are doing a lot of racist for youngsters from ten to. Fourteen fifteen six even sixteen here in Slovenia almost every week because we think that if he if we do a lot of racists if you organize racist for young Chilean. It would be easier to find a good. Solid rises for for the future you obviously and were involved premature the stall of his professional cycling journey. Was it obvious straight away to you that this was somebody with the potential to go as far as he's gone. Yes we saw that He's a he he had. Physical. Discipline of physical strength was perfect. Remo, she's very foster learner. We saw that mmediately never does the same mistake twice. and he's way to the top. was very, very quick. This is a country of just two million people. So you might wonder where all cycling talent is coming from, but look around you and you'll find the answer. Lubiana is surrounded by mountains, and in fact, wherever you are in Slovenia, you're not far from challenging peak that means local riders are well placed to conquer the climbs and descents of cycling's Grand Tours Mata Zella is the editor of the Slovenian cycling Website Rhonda. But it really. Ten minutes from the city centre to come out of the out of the city and I have roads with no traffic lights. Roach are fairly good. and that our. Glam. Cuffing our from Donna, and if you go. To. Go to the odds. You would. have to. Spin for an hour maybe hour and fifteen and you come to the So I I think it's perfect nation to live or to visit. Whatever the result of the finish line on the Sean Liza.
Top Stories From The Balkans
"We're going to get around above stories making news in the Balkans now I'm joined to buy our correspondence in the region at guide to Lauraingraham. Good afternoon to you. You are in the Slovenian capital. What is happening there? While we're opening up a bet here, marcus in fact, as Britain is going in the direction of putting arrivals and quarantine fourteen days, which is caused a great deal of Cathal over there. I'm here in Slovenia it's exactly the opposite. The country's just opened up. To arrivals from fourteen other European countries, and that's ranging from Switzerland to Iceland and Germany the Baltics, and that's in addition to its neighbours, Croatia Hungary and Austria. Restrictions on rivals from those places had already been lifted Italy those going to have to wait for a little while, but probably for about a week longer, and it's very bad news coming from north Macedonia Marcus, it's a compulsory fourteen day quarantine arriving from that, and that's because of a recent increase in a number of covid nineteen cases. Luckily I'm not coming from us. Part of the world's continuing to the neighboring country Croatia. What's making headlines over there now? We'd like railway journey Sony Marcus on Monocle, twenty, four and I. This is warm, which sounds to me? Like a railway journey that that I'd like to make, and it's one from the Czech Republic through to the Croatian coast, and this is being run by the Czech railway operator regular I think you pronounce it regular jet. Should we go with that? And they are running trains that I think we'll go with that the plan anyway as whatever they could they. However you pronounce that they're going to be running night. Trains from the Czech Republic from Prague directly through to the Croatian coast to be precise, the city of the reactor, which is actually one of the European capitals of culture this year, and from they'll be able to get connections to any of your coastal destinations, and this is a big deal. It's a big. Big Deal for people in the Czech Republic because eight hundred thousand of them every year. Go on holiday in Croatia apparently, the the advertising in in the Czech. Republic refers to Croatia as aw coast so quite proprietorial about it. They are number seven in terms of tourist arrivals in Croatia, so it's not an exaggeration, really but it's also a big deal for Croatia. Because twenty percent of their GDP is generated by tourism I'm said they're going to have to. Find ways of getting people from places like the Czech Republic that key tourism markets. If that is salvage any kind of a summer season at all, and this is exactly the when people are talking about corona corridors between countries which have low infection rates of which. Croatia and the Czech Republic A to well I think that A. Colorado, because let's face it this. This trains conjugate three tunnels Marcus that raw appeals to me I in terms of both an elegant solution and the word play, and the fact that it'll. Be a very beautiful train journey. If you can see if it's not to. Dock sounds very promising. Let's continue our tour next to L.. The obeyed and authorities are facing legal action. Tell us more about that. into the on this is over the the controversial demolition of the national. Theatre building in Tirana now. This happened last month. After years of protest in the middle of the night, the early hours of a Sunday morning the authorities just moved in and knocked down the National Theatre. More or less said it's done now. Everybody move on well surprise prize. Everybody hasn't moved on. There's a group which call themselves the Alliance for the protection of the National Theatre well. Maybe they should think about changing their name been the not changing their caused that. filing legal action against a number of municipal officials who were involved with voting to demolish the theater, the also again for the the head of the National Inspectorate for the protection of territory, and it's also been going for civil engineer who said that the the building was not safe, and therefore should be demolished as it's already got one hundred thousand signatures from. From people who say they won't be the Old National Theatre to be recreated on the site of of where it was was. The authorities are planning on installing a nice, shiny new national fair to that. It sounds like we have to do a chicken with you guy about this story soon again when we get new developments. That was Monaco's get logging joining us from Lubiana.
Croatia vs. Slovenia
"Hello Travel nerds and welcome to the extra packing peanuts. Travel podcast the show that teaches you how to travel more while spending less. I'm your host Chevette Sherry and joining me. Today is someone who says I don't even care about that and still kicking my butt in our survivor fantasy poor survivor the TV show my love and I'm still getting crushed by someone who says she doesn't even care about it. My wife concentrated companion. How they're that just shows you. How competitive I mean I like to win. I have put in a little more. This is the second time we've done that survivor pool The first time I didn't even finish doing it. Because that's what care about an but this season survivor is more interesting. I'm a little more into it so I'm giving it a little bit more thought than next to nothing survivor. Winners at forty something. I've been waiting for for twenty years right. You're such a nerd. And then I look at the sheet of Mike. How am I losing? Heather's killing me so hopefully get some revenge in today's show because we're doing it throwdown showdown our third party she? She don't think you're going to be vindicated here because this is my country others already said she's going to. She's said to me multiple times in the last couple of days as we been getting ready record this I'm going to crush. You is what she said. I feel very confident. I baby on the underdog guys. Maybe you're rooting for the underdog. Here today I would say my country is definitely an underdog because today during our throwdown showdown we are doing Croatia vs Slovenia. So obviously. If you've listened to the podcast you know which one I'm choosing heavens Croatia. I am Slovenia and during our throwdown showdown what we do is we take opposite sides and we debate which one is better so if you guys like this format we've just put out the last two weeks we we did. Nashville Verse Austin Than. We just also put out Ireland versus Scotland. So you can go listen those and then if you throw it back. Talk Tober twenty eighteen I quote unquote season of our third showdown. We did Portland Verstraeten coober. We did Thailand verse Bali and we did Eastern versus Western Europe. So there are some goodies in there as well so check those out and then of course let us know on social at extra pack of peanuts on Instagram. Who won this battle so half were Croatia Verse Lavinia? Today we save this to last of the part series because this like this is the day new mall the Climax Actually Dana Ma I think goes up to the climbers either way. This is the climax of it we are. We both love these countries but you know Croatia has a very special place in your heart so he has a very special place in my art. So I'm ready to go to war. I'm ready I'm ready for you. I mean when people ask me what my favourite countries I stay Croatia and it hasn't changed in years. We've been there three times. I love it so much. Sure tell us why started off you again? I'm not holding back here at all. I have is actually legitimately stretching out right now as she. I'm radio I'm not holding back here not hold back. I know you all because you say you want to crush Croatia. Well I don't even know where to begin because there's nothing really bad to say about Croatia. It's a gorgeous country. It has so much coastline. I mean it's okay so geographically. It's across the Adriatic Sea from Italy. Italy gets a lot of love for its coast cities all of that. It also is heavily touristed so Croatia. We'll becoming very popular and mortar should still has less tourists. I think than some of the bigger countries bigger most populated or not most populated most touristic countries in Europe. But it just has this vibe where people are friendly. It's just as beautiful if not more beautiful in some of these other countries. I mean we're talking a thousand miles of coastline if you like if you like the beat if you like being near the water this is the country for you. So it is beautiful. Of course I love creches. Well I think Slovene is even more beautiful. Why because it has more going for it as at least as far as for its size so this country punches above its weight more than any country I've ever been to. It is the size of New Jersey New Jersey so means this is New Jersey and yet it has a little bit of coastline very minimal. One town one mile coastline. And it's gorgeous so you can. You can get it you can go to the town of Piron. Cute Little Town Great Food. So you've got coastline there but what makes Lavinia so gorgeous to me is the fact that it's got everything else as well. It doesn't just have the coast. It has lake bled to this day. One of the most beautiful place. If you've ever been in the world and when I saw the picture of lake bled when I was like fourteen or fifteen years old I remember seeing it having no idea how to pronounce Lubiana. No idea where Slovenia was but saying I will go there one day. There is a lake with a church on an island in the middle of it. I will go there. We went their lives up to the hype in person cool so people know about that lake bled. They might have heard about you. Know they might not have known so. Many had a little bit of coastline. Same coast basically as Croatia. Just a lot less of it but what a lot of people don't realize is has the Alps in it as well so you go up to cranks Gorga. You got to some of these errors. You're in the Alps. We stayed at a hotel or this little awesome guest at the foot of the Alps. So you can say in a country. This is New Jersey. You have the Alps. You have stunningly gorgeous on you have one of the best lakes in the world and we haven't even gotten to the picture perfect little posted stand capital of Lube Lithuania. So to me. That feels like a rehearsed arguing. Were you practicing map before we did this? Podcast I thought this was be no preparation. No rehearsal it's been in my head for a long time. I told you on common with the big guns. Come with the beginning. Well for your lake bled. We have in Croatia about you know. I don't know a thousand islands. Yes that's right. Well over one thousand islands one of which has its very own little monastery on an island in the middle of the sea kirk monastery. We didn't actually go there. But I knew you were going to bring up like blood and when we were in Croatia this time we tried to go to put. Bj LAKES SO Croatia while it may not have the elps has so much natural beauty and it does have mountains are much smaller and if you drive quite a ways off the coast you can get to put bj leaks. We went however because it's so popular now we weren't able to get in because it's better to get a reservation. The next time we were able to go in the park was going to be like five hours from when we were there so we just decided to skip it however when we left there somebody said well. You should go to kirk waterfalls because there are actually bigger than put. Vj they're just not as touristed so you can see some of the most dramatic national parks in Croatia with these waterfalls in these pools of just like beautiful greenish blue water. I mean it's just stunning stuff. Just Google at people. I mean Lake Bled. D You have waterfalls.
"lubiana" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist
"One of the the most important pillar for us is shifting can into location before we started to sell anything we create the concept of hot great mindshift matter is the founder ever of the Slovenian rental company asked car he started Avante to go in time for Lubiana stint as European Green capital. Three years ago I read about. I mean you should be for both the green capital this is somehow we can participate to the city in the right moment with the right product and on the door and I could say that we got the great support and all the dialogues ahead. Were in the way hall to make Mobility Cleaner and smarter author within the city. Other cities can learn from the two guy experience parents. Obviously you'll hoping to expand regionally but I guess somewhere like you know Paris London nuts. That's maybe what you feel you won't today or on. BISHEN or vision is not to be biggest or to make billions but to change the world here in smarter to enjoy it a so first step is Lake gracious also integrate internationally. I in the region. Uganda Selena Gracia. Is Our laboratory very learn how you can provide the mobility deserves SORTA smaller cities and even maybe rural areas in order to be sustainable. So once we reach this point the film ever able to each other part of the world body passionate not so long ago driving an electric car. All was the sole preserve of a certain kind of nerd..
"lubiana" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"I bet it's fairly significant one and it's it's a pretty good achievement because pilots is only been on the market since last year and you're gonNA like this. It's distilled in Zog rabbi the two former air force pilots hence the name and old pilots and doesn't really sort of awaken the excitement that much but old navy rum. I mean and so one all pilots Jim enough said <hes> looking a little bit this is this is a thing now in the Balkans now because I know that about ten years ago everybody in London started to make Jenin their bathtubs tabs has this has this trend traveled it has traveled and traveled significantly and I think what people have done is. They've looked at the the bathtub. Aftab Jen trend in London and said hang on a second junipers grow hair and we've been distilling them for donkey's years so for example in in Slovenia they make like Brennan vets which is the kind of equivalent of all the different fruit brandies rockier at that. Everybody in this region makes so plenty of that's the big thing in Slovenia and people have been making Brenna. Yvette suddenly went hang on a SEC. If doing this we could do gin and sure enough. They all started off as a bit of mutual support sort of thing going on and the just the first ever Lubiana Jin Festival last month trying out all that different temples and a half to recommend <hes> character Cherry Jen. That was quite a typically I can tell you. What time did you drink that was at the beginning of the end of the day? It was at the beginning of the day we drink early in the Balkans wonderful finally pigeon post. What's that all about and Bosnian well. You know how Bosnia used to be part of the austro-hungarian Aryan Empire and the did indeed and the Hens transferred and I'm being shot on the bridge in Sarajevo Dobbs all because the Australian guaranteed an empire and thus we had the the first this war now part of having a wide ranging empire as you need to be able to communicate and back in the nineteenth century the Austria Hungarian saw the best best way to do that in many respects was pigeon post and they opened up a pigeon post office in a town in southeast Bosnia called Trebinje and this has been lovingly restored stored and it's everything's there and you can go to this town today and see the pigeon post office the one thing you cannot see as guess what it's exactly exactly that and now the locals campaigning. They're saying hang on a SEC. We got this beautifully restored. Pigeon Post Office. It's the last one surviving in Bosnia what we really need also trained pigeons nations to <hes> to service the local community say were watch this watch this post watch this page at. I watched this <hes> yeah. Watch it briefly. What's the chance of is looking skyward. Yeah I would and finding a Bosnian pigeon heading towards us if something works in Bosnia. I think it's always a bit of a miracle so I'd say low actually wait. You're next Leszek. I look to the Skies Baloney. Thank you very much indeed for joining us the globalist on monocle twenty four and that's all we have time for today's program. Many thanks are produces fidelity page reynolds are set to Charlie McCoy Stadium manager Kenya scarlet with editing assistance from wells plumps and after the headlines as more music on the way the briefing is live at mid-day. Dan London and the globalist returns at the same time tomorrow. I'm Emma Nelson Goodbye. Thank you very much for listening have a great weekend..
"lubiana" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast
"Service announcement though, make our misfortune your opportunity, and that is to buy your tickets ahead of time online. You know, just do it. I don't know how far in advance, you, you have to buy them. I thought two days in advance at least, but I'm not one hundred percent. Sure on that. So just to be safe book, if you're planning to go just book, it right ahead, which we could have easily done. I was like kicking myself, but whatever we all make mistakes and. I just wanted to note that if you don't have time to go to visa, or if something like this happens to you, and you can't enter there is another national park that we found out about later, and we didn't know because we kind of pass right by it on the way to split and it has waterfalls, and it's almost as beautiful or just as beautiful, maybe more beautiful, depending on your. It was called Kirk national park. K R, K A. And from the pictures it just looks stunning. And I don't think it's as popular so less, I think they take a lot of groups on day trips and stuff. But it's way less popular with, with travelers coming coming through, I guess I should say, so, and if we had known about this, maybe we would have tried to stop on the way down to split. I mean, it would have been a little out of the way. But at least we could have got our fill of a national park. So either one. I think we're both or both. I mean, how would you be really amazing? And I'm just looking at a picture online, and there is like this beautiful little island in the middle of a lake there that has like this beautiful monastery kinda reminds me of lake bled in Slovenia. So I think that the Kirk national park would be pretty sweet as well, you bring up lake, but let me just mention if you find Zog. Grab if you're ins Dogar, a lot of people take day trips to lake bled, and Lubiana, which we've done a Selena destination diary, we love Sylvania. I didn't realize how close they were to each other. So from Zagreb, you can get to, like blood to two and a half hours. You can get to Lubiana in about an hour and a half. So if you're in Zog grab instead of going south, or if you have some time saga, we didn't that's another thing you could do and go up to Slovenia,.
Plastic pollution peril, symptom of worlds out-of-control chemistry experiment: top explorer
"Explorer poll rose is usually found in the world's wildest places where he works with scientists to find solutions to climate change. But for the last two weeks, though, he's been in downtown Geneva in Switzerland at a major u n conference to encourage countries to ban widely used toxic substances and plastic pollutants. He's been talking to Daniel Johnson from you and news about what the average person can do to make a difference. So I'm here at the conference apart is here in Geneva for basil Rotterdam, Stockholm Convention because of my interest in discovering pollutants in the wall places. There's something about it. You're in these places. Imagine the beautiful monochrome polar life is not many colors. It's restful, and peaceful and exciting at the same time or being at CEO being on beaches wherever we are in. We're in the world's most pristine places, and yet you turned the corner. And we discover pollution either. What is invisible such? As all of our water samples, we take on all of our experts all over the world contain nanoparticles plastic. We can't see it. But we know it's in that water sample or just a few weeks ago. I came out from the jungle in Costa Rica, the Corcovado why it's an amazing place four different kinds of monkeys and sloths and birds of all kinds come out from that were everything was pristine, and as soon as we hit the beach. What did we see plastic is a disaster? So I'm here to help understand and communicate what is going on with persistent organic pollutant. You've talked about persistent organic pollutants or pops. There are a few of them that are going to be or hopefully going to be listed as a banned substances. Let's talk about if you them one of them is he f- a do you notice as well as penta deca fluoro-organic acid apparently easy for you and dictaphone which is an easy one. That's a pesticide. That's used in farming fatigue, vegetables and cotton, so widely used highly toxic. What are you hoping to get from this conference of? Parties meeting here in Geneva meets every two years while I'm really hoping that we get these chemicals listed and indeed band. I mean who would wanna live in a sort of giant global out of control chemistry experiment, and but for the good work being done here the counselor parties, that's exactly how we would be living. So I'm hoping that they get listed properly and then managed properly in the thing with the thing with the conventions is they provide a sort of comedy nominators shared platform for leaders and decision makers and industry to make smart informed decisions. Right. So how many leaders are we talking about? I mean, how many people have signed up to the Basel Rotterdam stock bottles lives. One hundred ninety six Rotterdam is one hundred and fifty nine and Stockholm is one hundred eighty one. So it's a force to be reckoned with. It's a global network of smart people really making a difference keeping us safe that brings me to another thing that I remember you saying while ago, how are there parallels with aspects doses? And today's unseen threats with this part of the. We do here is to make the invisible visible. You see something like PF away. And this unfortunately falls into this soup of acronyms one. Immediately turns off one of the good bits of work. They do here the council. Parties is trying to decode all that. So that we can understand it properly as everywhere it's in cookware. It's in sofas. It's in foam for firefighting and all the rest of it. And this kind of thing is out there. But we don't know it. But for the work of the firefighters, it was the firefighters let the PF L LA campaign because they were using it regularly. Of course in their firefighting foam, it's usually -ffective and their colleagues. We're getting sick too, many of them getting sick, and it became blindingly obvious. There was something wrong with this. So that's what's driven the point to come on. Let's get this stuff listed, and then banned simply with a specialist. It's in buildings. It's in our brake drums on cars. It said some of our pot work and all the rest of it. And I have a little bit of a history with a specialist because I was an apprentice for Motor Company in nineteen sixty. As in England. And we used a specis to insulate the tools from the big machines. And I remember then we would drilling machine and then we'll take an air hose and blow it I'm believable. Then a few years later still in apprenticeship it was replaced by something else. I forget the name of and we were still blowing around June that period. I suddenly learned that in the nineteen thirties as best as was a regulated substance because of the healthy facts were documented so as taken all of these years for people to say come on. We've got to do something about it. And I met some people outside who actually victims of aspects doses. And it was quite moving to meet them and realize they're here petitioning for smart decisions to be made in that illustrates one of the many challenges that counselor parties face one of the things that we've learned from this conference of parties is that plastics can absorb these persistent organic pollutants such as DD dog sins that frequently found in marine litter. So how is that initiative coming along here at the conference of parties to clean up marine? Plastics. It's interesting, isn't it that now the plastics awareness has reached such a high point? I've never seen anything like it with the global environmental issue. I mean, everybody go to any school in industry, anywhere. People are talking about plastic tickly, marine, plastics. And I'm delighted they're focused on the way that plastics can become sort of super polluters. You see the big things at know. I've been in remote places with the most perfect tuna blue water, we call it look at that. And the reefs of I live sharks everywhere, you know, top predators amazing life, and all of a sudden a whole bunch of plastic will come floating by raft of it. But we should know we must let people know is that as well as the big lumps plastic drifting by wants to have been seen long enough and begin to breakdown they become like, magnets and become pockets of super pollution. Some absolutely delighted that the council parties are focusing on marine, plastic and the first thing we can do is stop pudding as much plastic in the series. We do is no excuse for it. And I've seen that change in behavior. Now, we will. Wouldn't think of putting an empty water bottle on the beach and leaving? It would we we wouldn't think of putting a plastic box or food container somewhere in over full litter-bin and let it blow into the sea. There is a change in our human behavior, an industrial behaviors changing, we're looking all of the world's rivers and with the benefit of remote. Sensing we can now watch this material coming out of certain rivers. So that means we know where to go and stop it and start finding sensible alternatives law sensible alternative, I'm just back from Lubiana where I was in a plant where they take hundreds of thousands of abandoned fishing nets and turn them by great chemistry, turn them into nylon. Which is exactly the same as oil on. And I make luxury goods from it says leading through example and profit making people love it. I was going to ask you about what we could actually do normal people in the street people who haven't been taps inspired as you have by the natural wonders of the world, and maybe the solutions. You've seen here and there and the ones that you've just talked about what can people in the street do every day? Well, it is worth looking at the sustainable development goals. Look at target twelve point five which is all about substantially reducing the amount of waste, we produce and use more recycling and the way to do that. I mean, we all get frustrated don't me go out of your house. And you you go to put your plastic there, and you can there, and you you traveling on the or do these things and there's nowhere obvious to recycle them. Then we must realize every single action that we do works. Some neighbors of mine hate it. And they don't recycle anything. So I do it for them. You know, drives them crazy keeps me saying you gotta do something about this amount of white. What can we do? Learn about do local litter picks raise awareness with the counselors vote for the right people who have a mind by things that fit those goals. Similarly, you may work in industry and the decisions you make in the boardroom should be based on the sustainable development goals and say, well, look if we did this with make this much money, keep the. Shareholder? If we did that we'd make a good amount of money, and we would help answer some of these environmental. Why not changing our values a bit? You get the whole planet looking at something like that. We've got it on very optimistic about achieving the sustainable development goals all of them.
"lubiana" Discussed on X96
"However, she's not received anything to date and is being detained unlikely to walk free anytime soon, the woman was unemployed and had no other source of income. She and her twenty nine year old relative who is also being detained could face one to eight years in prison if convicted of insurance fraud with one of her accomplices, she intentionally amputated her left hand hoping to stage it as an accident said Lubiana police spokeswoman vaulters Rynski she was right handed because if you're going to cough a hand you cut off the non dominant one linski through said that invest. Gators I learned of the alleged fraud through routine systems checks, which lead to about one hundred arrests each year for different kinds of insurance fraud after the woman's hand was severed her family took her to Luke Luke Jonah University Medical Center without the hand without the hand in what police claim was an attempt to make sure they're her disability was permanent. However upon her admission to the hospital doctors called police, and they were able to retrieve the hand and subsequently surgeons sewed it back on. Oh, no. I don't need it. I don't want. Her hand. Zaremski says Zaremski said is recovering. Well, no, she doesn't want it to Boehner candidate. Number two. I call the advocates coming up in a moment. Boehner candidate number three the Texas verdict. Boehner candidate number three for round two coming up after this big, boy, news and opinion. Wendo brought to you by have you been lately, they're cooking up something new for you besides their famous authentic Philly cheese steak. Try the new Philly cheese steak eggrolls differently delicious, right? Well, Easter feel like it's a long way but supermarkets are already gearing up for the annual celebration by releasing. Egg-shaped goods egg-shaped goods traditionally Easter eggs chocolate form, but this year sees the rise of an entirely different kind of egg one made out of cheese cheese eg Chester egg as it's been dubbed as available that sends berries in England. It's made out of one hundred percent cheddar cheese. That's not to say that the snack will see you nibbling. A giant solid piece of cheese for days on end. Thankfully, the egg is a bit more user friendly due to its soft and creamy texture. It's actually a spreadable cheese egg. Oh, well, now now, I'm interested contains one hundred twenty grams of cheddar cheese source from Lancashire farms and also it comes with a packet of oak cakes and a sachet of chutney a sachet of chutney. This week on this show where we give away sachets of I want a sachets of chutney cakes and. It's a it's a wonderful combination. Something you would need because of the cheese. You have an an okay, can you spread a little cheese on and then a little dab of chutney? And it's delicious and mcgarvy cheese. Sainsbury says we're always looking for new in unique products overall customers, especially doing gifting periods route the year when people are on the lookout for something special to give their loved ones. The.
"lubiana" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"I think we've got to be realistic. What what Lubiana is at the moment. That's captain city at one of Europe's smallest countries. It's got a population of around the quarter million, which is which doubles Jordan. of work. Population. It's been very successful a marketing itself, a tourist destination. It's also a very good to start off your holidays in the ski slopes, not since Lavinia or in Austria and also to the Adriatic coast mud becoming on to Croatia. You might be going onto one of the cruise lines on the street. And there's also reasons why people all coming into the tractions of Slovenia, but it is a very small country onto have gotten lots of other adults around Zog grab is only about an island off down the road. Trieste is about an hour tools. The coast clogging I as well. Also, very close. Just got the bus Venice apple today from Lubiana a lot of people just jump on the bus and Lubiana and go to Venice and got to play announcer bad. That's about two and a half to three hours different selection of flights that some I think it's a realistic thing for the existing terminal to be extended to you serve. Mrs much more space, the greatest selection of food and drink also going to be crucial for the apple to have more space for retail as the can make it a going concern as a business as well. Taking off as my Monaco's guide alone in Libya next week. We stuck up stockings in preparation for Monaco's annual Christmas market. We've got a week of hospitality tips and gift buying tricks. That's next week on the globalist..
"lubiana" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Variety of be the call nolan bay which is indigenous to slovenia and this is the second most common honeybee in the world and it also claims to be the home of the modern father of beekeeping anton yansha he worked for the habsburg caught in the eighteenth century and literally wrote the book on beekeeping which the habsburgs said that all other beekeepers had to follow interesting i'm becoming more of a believer as we speak guy but tell you it's also interesting that the actual the numbers about beekeepers across the country ten thousand beekeepers i one thing that definitely is encouraging parts you can tell us why this is a lot of young people are getting into it it's not necessarily the kind of the imagine the youth would turn their hands to but certainly that's happening where you are yeah and the thing is that slovenian is very aware that one of its great qualifications as being a green destination as a speak you might be able to hear the rain pouring down tried to win very eric that we go this is after a couple of days of lovely twenty plus degrees sunshine then we get the rain coming along it's an extremely drink green country sixty percent forested and slovenia has been marking marketing itself increasingly as as a destination fo for green tourism i'm this is something of course young people are interested in in as well if they want to you know carry on loving and a green country they've got to look after it so we're seeing urban beekeeping taking off so if i go down to the roof of hotel park in the centre of lubiana the rabih hives on the reef one of the telecom companies here a one telekom i'm has got beehives on its roof and we've also got them on the the roof of san cardia dom which is the main cultural center in lubiana and visiting performers get a gift of honey so it is something which is very much alive and well insulin venial and it's at slovenia's instigation that the twentieth of may which is antonio sanchez birthday or would have been is being declared world be day by the united nations and more.
"lubiana" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"The european council president donald tusk as being spending a lot of time in the western balkans over the past week or so i he was visiting the countries which are hoping to join the european union in the coming years and he has just polished off his trip with a stay in slovenia calling it a success story that other parts of what used to be yugoslavia should aim to emulate let's go live to slovenia's capital lubiana monaco's correspondent there guide aloni guy we often hear mr task moaning about the state of europe but this time he was full of brace for one of the e u's smallest member states i mean we've heard about the the supposed bromance between trump and macron haven't way but when in fact behind his back mr macron later you know went on to say everything at to the opposite of what mr trump beans saying but it's very different with mr tusk and the slovenian prime minister mr to score when absolutely overboard in his praise of middle set all he said he was making slovenia stronger and europe more united he said your efforts show the toting both national and european interests deer does not have to be in contradiction called him an extremely demanding but constructive partner trust me in today's politics this is a unique combination indeed under your leadership slovenia has become a success story as a stable and reliable countries so it's a high praise indeed and i think a couple of things going on here one of which is basically saying that in february times throughout europe within the european union slovenia has been a nice steady country within the the european union at that time but another one definitely what's going on subliminally there is saying look this is an ex yugoslav country it was the first one of the parts of the former yugoslavia to join the european union which it did back in twenty four learn under.
"lubiana" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast
"Nick staying with that though and in that part of the world numbertwo slovenia that you would have just there this summer past summer twenty seventeen summer for our baby moon i just had high expectations and blew it away i mean you you do have you have the water again the lakes lake bled and boat pony say that's the castle sevaka dang the other one like boeing which is right by lake blood you have the coast there the little spit of coast that they have i forgot about regan no not rea that's they have a little what is it sir with bit of irish saying it so i wouldn't have to say but the tiny little town that starts with a p that's on the coast which is beautiful there's gonna look it up on our computer as we go here so we're not complete idiots but you also then what i loved about savina is lubiana was a beautiful beautiful town but it was also whether wise really really really nice so you pier on sorry about that was just key and you're right with a short like two civil so very pure on is the little seaside town coastal town in savina you have lubiana which is awesome city tone right great temperature not that humid and then of course often house and have been tastic temperatures and you can hike around and you might even need like a long sleeved shirt at night or jacket a late jacket for sure and that's that's that's what i like about summer when it's cool enough at night that you're.
"lubiana" Discussed on In The Zone with Chris Broussard
"You union olympia it's an lubiana slovenia played there's about four months it was very different different lifestyle different style of play different rules three seconds and you on the rim tendon but practicing twice a day every day during the season all year coaches over there are like very crazy some coaches crazy they're really crazy and sometimes you're not getting paid sometimes you know you're not getting you're not getting first class service very different in some cities you're not in place where people speak english you know so it's tough for a lot of guys luckily i was in a place that was clean everybody spoke english and my organization was pretty upscale so they make sure everybody got paid at a certain point sometimes some points we're gonna pay what's the longest you went without getting paid three months i got paid when i left actually so the first month when i left so what was your strangest experience overseas just the food that they think in my country they had horse so some people was normal for me horse horse i've tried it it wasn't bad you know different different things over the way of traveling over there the like mcdonald's and other fast food restaurants like topnotch they make it like the commercials like really good bathroom so better to me mcdonald is a lot better than it is here so there's a way of travel we'd have to travel to three flights to get certain places end up in a place like russia where it's freezing snow in the wind is blowing your face off but you know just had a lot of experience especially when you go out to they they don't have an age limit when you go out with this fifteen sixteen year olds declined so careful you've got to be very strange and you'll certain people around you and even you know certain countries they have you know mob mob stuff going on around you the careful of certain groups certain cruiser you know be aware of your surroundings so it's not the safest thing for everybody.
"lubiana" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Used to them in different roles but in korea the his fairly recent many companies are reluctant to hide actually one absolutely shocking statistic in this that says people seem to talk about south korea people suffering people who have some level of autism less than one percent of them are employed exactly so this is what we're trying to we're trying to address and so you see companies that are more forwardlooking may in this case ca council should be present well these people should be played because they can do the different jobs and what is their support from the current government that relevance ration who is trying to create more jobs trying to create more jobs for more people not only for your corporate employees they're very keen on the fact that they think they can make this play though this isn't just a charitable enterprise it says the company lost you posted ten billion won in annual revenues it has always been profitable absolutely i mean the case are making that from my point of view this maxine so this is a chart said this actually make sense for a company to make a profit ram product thanks for joining us you are listening to the daily finally tonight on the daily finland may have been the winner in the united nations world happiness report released this week leading traditional colonization of the podium by scandinavia but what of the loses the peoples of the former yugoslavia and the western balkans in general seem pretty unhappy with their lot not one of those countries makes the top fifty most of them skulking somewhere between seventy five and one hundred which is pretty weird as the food is marvelous in the scenery is amazing so if they are reasons to be cheerful in serbia bosnia montenegro at al why don't they locals save him well monocle boeken's correspondent guide alone has been living in the region for more than five years he joins me now from lubiana guy you happy where you are deliriously so as you say i mean that the weather is generally superb without a proper winter we got wonderful summa's the food as you say spectacular the ingredients seem the highest.
"lubiana" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"President saddam was immoral couldn't for him to continue if he was working with that this firm that have he was employing this firm that he used to work for and he jumped before he was post it's eight separate yes he say as selfdefense chasing and let's let's go to the slovak slovenian bank that's paid out yugoslavia is leak i'm really not able to talk this morning pepsi tell us what this topic it's the cold isn't it i we're we're minus ten here in in in lubiana and it's it's knowing and i think that that the the the the snow when that the frost freezes warms lips england causes one not to be such a great broadcasters are more like to be on his of situations but yeah this is the thing is you can't get away from yugoslavia in the former yugoslavia and this is water mlb at which is nova lutely unscom bangkok is finding now this reason it's called nova luplianski banker because they used to be a bank in the yugoslav times which was simply called luplianski bank up and when slovenia broke away from yugoslavia they left a load of depositors in croatia in the lurch and in fact in fact lubyanka banka in croatia ceased to exist and lots of people were the hundreds of millions of yours worth of deposits were left wondering what was going to happen with that too that money all this money was taken over by new croatian banks which formed and it was all meant to be settled under a great big postyugoslav settlement plan abut this hasn't really gone ahead and now what we're finding as these current croatian banks assuming not lou beyond skip anguka's that doesn't exist but nl mlb which is around for these hundreds of millions and mlb has never paid out before but now it has and the government is a bit confused because they said we didn't direct this we didn't tell mlb which is stateowned to stop paying off these yugoslavia ever debts and it's all meant to be dealt with under an entirely different structure but mlb has settled a couple of these claims it's potentially on the hook effort.
"lubiana" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"In the plains with a pattern airline leave still had ashtrays and seat rests to a new airline with new planes which gave at first exceptional level of service in shorthaul talbot economy and business it did well enough to win a monocle award for best shorthaul business class service in the past eighteen months things being changing the that the various things which made it nice to flying ask serbia the the edible food the ah the selection of drinks and when we were flying from belgrade to london at the the lounge at belgrade airport but was accessible to people of fairly quickly on the loyalty programmes these have started being stripped back and increasingly the airline starting to resemble a low costairline abut with legacy airline prices and you wonder if this has got something to do with a change of leadership tens rely like british airways let's finish off guy by talking about says something closer to home she there and lubiana as startup accelerator now this is the thing this tummy you're you meet people at christmas ponte's done you and i met somebody the other day at one particular party undies said i work at btc city and i thought oh gosh and lots of very unexciting retail park on the outskirts of lubiana and mindset oak really that's very interesting under with doc places got an interesting history and he said yes in it's got an interesting future to because we've got this serb this startup accelerator which is going very well and lo and behold a check it out and this abc enterprise accelerators just won first prize at the central european startup awards it's based at the unlovely btc city but it's giving all these slovenian startups of which there are a multitude a chance to get expertise from around the world because they've also set up a branch office in silicon valley and the trying to draw and the people who've advised successful startups from all over the world to give advice to mentor at the start obscene and slovenia which is considerable and quite successful interests any interesting firms.
"lubiana" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Business news now today from the balkans are joins from lubiana by our correspondent at guys aloni welcome to the program at guy and let's start talking about serbia though and what a shortage in bus drivers says about the state of the economy i think it's quite an interesting on this tigers will politica the serbia's most serious newspaper doing an analysis of what exactly a drive a shortage is telling us about the country's economy starters it telling us that unemployment is dropping down to about twelve percent unemployment in serbia so when you say you're down to about twelve percent you can tell the things weren't particularly great political saying the country short of about five thousand bus and truck drivers and if you're living in belgrade you might be funding more difficult to get a bus of light because more than two hundred drivers left the city bus service in 2017 alone and the daunt enough is to replace them now this isn't just all of i was well we we don't have enough people to drive is around it basically speaks to a major problem that serbia's facing right now to quandary which is going to find it very difficult to get out of which is to say that serbia's drivers on just disappearing or dying off the finding work in other countries that can go into croatia slovenia and get a job which pays him three times as much as driving a city bus in serbia and if this is happening than what the serbia do house again to grow its economy gave its needs to increase wages all house again to maintain functioning as a country if it's essential workers and leaving because they can get paid better elsewhere all very big questions for the country although i do have to wonder yoad looking at this analogy of of the the shortage and bus drivers or what it says if he still go twelve percent unemployment as short as your bus drivers is because the then our training enough and the knocked down there not managing the people that they have available to them well that's the point on one of the points the that's been made is that the biggest draw.
"lubiana" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Slovenia seems like a sensible climbed of place the capital lubiana is post called pretty cyclists and pedestrians rule of roads of the old town and there's a general amnesty disparity in short you anything the people here it virgin a party certain new that he didn't even exist until a few weeks before the last general election but three years ago that's exactly what they did middlesborough is a respected academic and political commentator he was one of the office slovenia's constitution nothing abacha's appear in seoul realist glasses and conservatively cut suits suggested that he might be the thai to turn the country's political scene upside down then six weeks before the election he announced his intention to went to politics but hastily assembled project when by quickly chosen name the middle set off party the law professor was staking everything on his good name the cost of failure would have been considerable but settles timing was impeccable the euphoria of independence at long since dissipated the global financial crisis hit slovenia hauled its stateowned industries wobbling and banks teetering on the brink of collapse warm former prime minister was jailed for corruption the public judge to successes wanting in their efforts to put the country back home front middle set off told me for snap election was a now all never moment there are people in slovenia were capable of the something better who could make some change for our society and i wanted to be part of the group and we will rulli persuasive for obviously because we warned the elections were the historic result gained thirty six seats in the parliament out of ninety soe formed the government and started to work south of the border croatia has also been doubling in new political parties it's voters faced a grim choice two years ago the rightwing nationalist hdz said or social democratic party which governed for six consecutive years of recession faced with vast selection many voters plumped the norm of the above.
"lubiana" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Um in the reason that hence with interesting is that it gives the cavs the rim protector they don't have anybody can block shot on the whole pete um but be what bucks move puts lubiana fyi think the guy that they would love to get their hands on and the kyw re trade with the wouldbe andrew wait um i realize wiggins has not been the defensive player than many thought he could be voices defence of numbers are not that good but he can't he does have linked and he would be able switch and you know minnesota has given um golden state some problems at times also king cream as don't shot he's he's the a worrisome performer in the clutch but he's still young but he could be an allstar in eastern conference next year that's not to say that he's a hall of famer but he's averaged over twenty points again the last few years he would fill kyrghiz scoring load he plays the wings and you control him going forward you can extend him later this year that to me is the best of both worlds for the jazz because they get a a young player whose replaceable possible allstar um but also give him at a position that upgrades and i don't know what you would do it point guard that situation i dunno if dirk roses your answer there but to me a package centering around tyree for for wiggins it's really compelling although there's there's mechanical problems with that comes with that kind of trade there are namely the wiggins make seven million incur remakes nineteen and minnesota has to make up the difference by sending someone some sending monies somewhere and the rest of the money they have is not no one is dined take gorgeous dang um coal aldridge's may be a salary you can dump at a price which is why pitched threeteam nets deals the let's like slick have made had called object if they can also get a firstround pick out of it well okay that's yet i mean that that's possible to um they as minnesota can dumped the salary wherever as long as the attach something to it um but again you know who's where they getting a point guard for that that's an edge the question how much how much should we as we look at these traits how much should we.
"lubiana" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"So occupying woods is a hit but how will the doyen of design feel about the next biennial challenge to face them which involves scrambling of rocks in a subterranean kavan at midnight you'll have to join us next week to find out the monocle incaviglia on guide alone i and you can hear more of that guys adventure in the slovenian capital of lubiana by tuning into the brand new upset a section d which is at 1900s hours london time right here monaco 24 that in eleven hours from now while at fifty three minutes past the hour it's time to end today's globalists' by talking about zombie movies because love the more hate them horror movies are a big business from the gory torture porn franchises to the slightly more subtle jump alongs that leave you wondering whether you really do need to use the toilet in the middle of the night or one of these genres most visited themes is on bizonal though they might not be held in the highest regard it might not have happened if it weren't for one man george a romero the author of the first zombie movie who has sadly passed away in the past couple of days monaco's bellushi recalls his contribution does it have studied fell history of i did very briefly university will be all too aware of those moments considers landmark professor bob and he and his crew landing in the eye of the man of the moon in george many as a trip to the moon the moment allen johnson opens his mouth to sing for the first time on screen in 1927 the jazz singer.