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Croatia, you beauty

Croatia was incredibly beautiful. We were so busy there that I haven’t had a chance to sit down and write this post, actually I’m having trouble remembering everything we did already because of how busy we’ve been. 530 more words


The sea that burped

Zadar is a lovely old town, isolated from the office building bricks in the outskirts of the city by the sea, as the old, finger-shaped old town on the peninsula would turn its back to the ugly architecture that preceded it’s hay day back in the renaissance. 207 more words


Sketching under a Croatian sun

It can get really hot under the croatian sun. At the beach, one can really enjoy swimming and playing but we also had plenty of time to rest in the shadows of the pine trees. 175 more words


Knin Castle - "it's all ruined!"

Having walked around the fortress for over an hour we came to the last bit which is accessible by a wooden drawbridge. Either it was because she started to get tired or she really took the whole experience a bit too personally that she started to complain that “It’s all ruined, it’s breaking, my castle does not have a roof and there is no chairs to sit on… it’s all ruined! 406 more words

Family Life


Osijek i Zagreb su jedine momčadi u novoj sezoni Prve HNL koje su bez bodova iz prve dvije utakmice. Osječani su jučer izgubili i na Stanovima 2:1. 211 more words


Tricky bonus

 ‘Tis the season for road trips — if time and money were out of the equation, what car-based adventure would you go on? (If you don’t or can’t drive, any land-based journey counts.) 144 more words

Daily Prompt

The Sea Organ

So we took a midnight stroll; my 2 acquaintances from 5 minutes prior – Kiwi Brad and Abel de France and myself.
Pulled towards the sea, we walked through the silent streets of Zadar’s suburbs. 237 more words