Written on Tuesday, July 15th, 2008 by Glorija :: 0 comments to this post
Croatia to me is the new found, “heaven on earth,” and slowly but surely, the world is starting to catch on. In 1996, it was ranked 18th most popular tourist destination in the world with over 10 million tourists visiting the country. It is now rapidly becoming number one. Read more about… Jewell in the Adriatic Crown (Part two)
Written on Sunday, July 8th, 2007 by Glorija :: more comments to this post
This article starts with an apology to my readers as I have not been able to keep up with writing this column as much as I would like this month.
However, every now and again my chart tells me that it is time for another adventure. So I will share with you my story and what I have been up to whilst not writing. Instead, this is Cosmobiology at work.
I was born in Auckland New Zealand at high noon, on 20th April 1945. My father was Croatian and my mother born in New Zealand from English decent.
It was toward the end of World War Two, when Father met mother who was a waitress in one of his café’s in Wellington and Auckland.
She had gone up to the north island in search of a better life, as a lot of young girls did during those war years. Little did she know what an exotic and amazing adventure she was getting herself into.