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08-Jul-2015 03:54

Almost every restaurant lists fried cheese with ham (vyprážaný syr so šunkou) and bryndzové halušky with bacon (slanina) as 'non-meat' dishes.

A Jewish colleague of mine, feeling guilty over her ham intake, once bought nothing more than a box of crackers for lunch, explaining that she was "kickin' the ham thing." After one bite, though, she screamed - even the crackers in this pork-crazy country can come ham-flavoured.

If you stick up your index finger to signify one beer, you may end up with a confused waiter bringing two.

Watch out for the popular 'Get the Foreigner Drunk' game, a test of our drinking prowess many Slovaks relish.

To order dishes without ham or bacon, the slovak is bez šunky and bez slaniny.

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Visitors to any foreign country often experience culture shock - the feeling of disorientation experienced by someone when they are suddenly subjected to an unfamiliar culture, way of life, or set of attitudes.

But in Slovakia, a country which should above all be known for its generous and hospitable residents, the shock doesn't have to be so jarring. There's perhaps no better starting point than alcohol, a pastime taken quite seriously by Slovaks.