"Ljubljana? Where is this place?" The immigration officer at New Delhi airport holds up my Turkish Airlines Boarding Pass and his counterpart across the partition. He gets no reply, most likely because the other officer doesn't want to admit he was equally clueless. While I wait, I helpfully open a political map of Europe on my phone and and pointed out Slovenia -- which lies across the Adriatic Sea from Italy, wedged between Austria and Croatia -- to the puzzled officer. Ljubljana (pronounced "Lubliana") is the Capital."Turkish Airlines flies to really strange places!" he grunts in acknowledgment. Next, he looks at me a bit doubtfully. "Madam, it a very small country. What will you do there for one whole week?"