A Month To Recharge

Off again to beautiful Croatia – this time: more than a month and lots to report I think so little time to visit each and everyone in our wonderful blogging community. Stay well and strong you all

Croatia, the War, and the Future

Ina Vukic 1993 Celebration of Croatian IndependenceIna Vukic 1993
Celebration of Croatian Independence

This is to you our blogging community – the thousands upon thousands following and reacting to stories and issues we churn out daily, weekly, spreading the words that matter. Thank you! While I will be posting during the coming month there will be little time for me to connect with you all and your posts as per our usual dynamics – I will be recharging my senses with all the life – past and present – Croatia will spread before me and embrace me with.  Stay well and productive! Ina Vukic

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  1. Safe and happy holiday Ina. God bless!


  2. A writer from the East says:

    Enjoy Ina! 🙂


  3. Have a wonderful time! Not to mention lots of long meals and several bottles of good wine with family and friends. Bonus–chocolate! 🙂
    Hopefully you have a head start over the tourists.


  4. Angela Babic says:

    Dear Ina,
    I hope you have had a restful break. I enjoy reading your posts and your FB page- being a second generation Croatian living in Australia, your social network sites keep me posted on what’s happening- and even though my Croatian is pretty good, it’s refreshing to read it all in English!! From your time in the Croatian Community in Sydney, did you know my grandparents- Ante and Franka Grubelic? They left Sydney in 1985 to return to Croatia.


    • Thank you Angela, great to her. Am still in Croatia a bit longer – hard to resist the beauty :). It’shard to picture your grandparents but it could easily be I may have known them or met them. Kind regards and cheers.


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