The fun part about staying for five weeks in a place is getting to feel almost like a local. We were well known at the bakery around the corner where we bought fresh bread for our supper each night. (Our main meal we ate at noon with staff and students in the cafeteria.) We were recognized at our favorite pizza place and my husband was a regular at the coffee shop on the corner. Today I will share a few more pictures of life around town.
Bike paths were everywhere and even old ladies like me used them for transportation. (You can sit up on these bikes instead of leaning on your hands!) One Sunday afternoon Deborah, one of my library colleagues,invited me to bike downtown with her for an evangelistic street meeting. Great exercise, good fellowship and gorgeous day.
My husband and I completed forty years of marriage in May. We decided to delay celebration until we were in Croatia. Tomorrow I'll show you pictures of the fabulous Dalmatian Coast and the ancient town of Split--not the best name for a wedding anniversary, so be sure you pronounce it "Spleet" as the Croatians do. :-)
LeAnne Hardy has lived in six countries on four continents. Her books come out of her cross-cultural experiences and her passion to use story to convey spiritual truths in a form that will permeate lives.