A Month To Recharge

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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

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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.

      • Angela Babic says:

        My Baba Franka is still alive and she remembers you from King Tom club in Punchbowl. You know so many people, and it’s hard to remember so many faces….take care.

      • That’s good to hearAngela, thank you

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