This post will not be shared on my social media pages, but it will stay as my thank you note to the WordPress blogging community all around the world. I’ve been blogging for almost a month now and I can’t express with words how amazed I am by all of you. So many wonderful people here, so many inspiring stories…
When in Zagreb, you really can’t avoid the main square of ban Josip Jelačić, dominated by the statue of the “ban“. Well, I’m here to talk about his horse.
So a friend asked me: “How come you still have work? I thought tour guides are a thing of the past… Now all the information is available online, why would I need you?” Continue reading Full-time tour guide asking travel bloggers: Am I “dead” to you?
After roughly 20 days of my blogging experience, I’ve decided to engage in the WordPress community and participate in this weekly challenge. I was so sad when I read that I missed last week’s challenge “Tour Guide”, since I am a tour guide by profession, but then I realized that this week’s challenge is even better – Daily Post challenged us to present something “sweet”. Professions are so boring – there is really no better way to present yourselves to the world than through a cake. And what a cake it is… Continue reading DP Challenge: Sweet Creams Are Made of This
If you’ve been to Zagreb and now you’re wondering “How could I miss the sculpture of a dog?”, you’re not the only one. A lot of people from Zagreb doesn’t know the story of Pluto, even though he can be found on a very busy street, Bogovićeva, just thirty seconds of slow walking distance from the main square of Ban Jelačić. So, what is Pluto’s story?