CROATIA 2018: RECAP

The traditional way to say ‘cheers’ in Croatian is živjeli (g-va-lee)
And when I look back on photos from our recent trip to Croatia I just want to open a good bottle of Croatian wine, look each woman in the eye again, and give her a solid živjeli (and then a big hug!) This group of women were all just so special, smart, talented, had amazing life perspective, unlimited kindness, warm and gracious hearts, curiosity —- the list could go on and on. I thoroughly enjoyed my time on this trip, and look forward to another opportunity to toast you all, and thank you for the gifts you gave me on this adventure. In the meantime, enjoy a few of my favorite photos from the adventure.

Until our next adventure – živjeli!

Mary

Like a street gang walking through the quiet streets of Zagreb…

Starting things off with a little sampling (AND EDUCATION!) on Croatian wines 🙂

HEIDI LOOK AT THAT MILLION DOLLAR SMILE! LYT CROATIA!

Plitvice Lakes National Park

NEWSHA!

I don’t know why I’m flashing a peace sign, but peace to all of you on the trail, I guess?

Crammed into one room to watch Croatia play in round 1 of the World Cup!

Barac Caves

Lunch at Drago’s house. THOSE BEANS?! THAT CAKE?! THE SALAD!

Quick pitstop in Zadar for ice cream, a quick walk, and the sea organs

Ice Cream Challenge: Robi – 1 vs. Antoinette – 0

#cuddle

#morecuddling

‘Does anyone want to dance with me?!’

Our amazing guide in Mostar, Ruba

I remember this being really funny in the moment…. (anyone remember why?!)

Oysters and mussels from Ston – delicious!

Robi’s favorite cake, made with pasta and delicious!

Walking the old city walls of Dubrovnik

CROATIA WINS!!!!!

There Cindy goes again…. (just kidding!)

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