Ljubljana is generally empty of locals for most of July and August. Most head off to spend some holiday time on the nearby Croatian coast and islands, either in Istria in the north, or further south in Dalmatia. In that sense, I’ve never been a very good Slovenian.
I’ve been based here for more than ten years, and not counting two work trips to Split, I’ve only made it to the coast south of the border twice for anything remotely resembling a holiday. And even then, it was only for a few short days each time. This year won’t be any different.
So I decided to revisit, if just briefly, the town of Mali Lošinj, pictured here, on the island of Lošinj. This was taken in Spring 2009; a brief notebook entry on the island is here, another on the neighboring island of Susak here, and a 35-second review of the Hotel Apoksiomen here.
Today’s Pic du Jour, the 206th (!) straight, was snapped on 06-May-2009. Please click on the photo to view the full uncropped version.