Perhaps an artefact of living on the Peninsula instead of up in the city, but when you need to take a train to the city for an hour, then spend another half hour getting to the party, it really takes the steam out of any plans. The only positive I could find is that usually you don’t have to spend all of next day in bed. Still, even just acquaintances and people you haven’t seen in a while, are just more … In the US, even after you talk to a person every day for months, they will never truly open up to you. I could go on and on about all the subtle and not so subtle differences between Ljubljana and Silicon Valley.
After that your only options are a sketchy bus or a 0 cab ride. Let’s just say that the weather is far to go in terms of customer service, and that next time I go back across the pond I most definitely have to live in the city.
The partying culture here is perfect for a night owl. I have been breathing computers for the last 17 years of my life.
You can keep working until 11pm or midnight, then get ready and be at a club by 1am. Once you do manage to get out, Ljubljana is simply a better party place. But wherever you go, the men to women ratio is better. It’s not uncommon to go into the middle of the dance floor and be surrounded by girls three humans deep. Or you talk to a random person serving your coffee and they’re working on a startup on the side.
In SF, there are usually three to five lonely girls dancing in the dance floor and the rest are guys.
more Slovenia and Croatia signed on 4 November 2009 an arbitration agreement establishing an arbitral tribunal tasked with issuing a final award on the land and maritime boundary on the basis of all the relevant facts.
This ruling will be final and binding on both countries.