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An open message to Clara from Mexico, with questions about Croatia and Slovenia

Thank you for writing to me. But no, I have never been to either country since 1969 (when I was 15 years old); both were part of a country called Yugoslavia at the time.

What I would like to explain is how this forum works. Every hour, almost round the clock, someone (typically a dozen someones or more) asks (a) question(s) here. They ask them out in the open, to total strangers, and total strangers answer them. Maybe they felt shy about doing so, but they overcame their shyness, and (hundreds of) thousands of "us" are the beneficiary of the exchange of information that follows.

So, ask your questions about Croatia and Slovenia (and don't forgt to mention Croatia and Slovenia in the message header) - - and don't worry about directing your question(s) to anyone in particular.

You'll get lots of answers.

Best wishes,

Rex

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