The Slovenia Times

Seaside Junkyard



In most countries that I have lived in - Germany and the UK - laws are there to protect pedestrians. These are images from a Sunday morning stroll in Izola, taken at 11:00 a.m. outside a night club, where you would expect to be able to walk with your children or with a pram/push chair. Impossible! Most of the time you are forced out onto the road, which is quite busy, working your way around the cars and the rubbish! You would expect the police to do something, especially when they drive past and watch people still recovering from the night before - but they don't. Are the laws different in Slovenia? Two hours before this the pavement was absolutely full! Comment: Why should the Italians care about soiling our doorstep (LNG terminal) when we obviously don't give a shit!!


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