LIFE IS BETTER AT THE SEASIDE

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Playing and discovering.

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Podvrลกke, Murter Island

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Trying to get her to walk on the stones.
Zamalin, Tisno

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Vodice

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Swimming lessons.

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La sieste.
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Mama, deda & Kiki.
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Watching water bomber aircraft dealing with forest fires all over Dalmatia.
Zamalin, Tisno

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MOTO GP / Czech Republic

Moto GP 1The weekend we spent at Brno was one of a kind. This road trip turned out to be a really nice adventure between friends sharing the same love for sports and sporting events in general. The two days we spent on the Brno circuit filled me with one-of-a-kind energy that made me feel like I was one with all supporters right there. Imagine 120,000 people screaming and clapping every time a motorbike passes by, waving at all the racers no matter who they were. Surprisingly, unlike in many other sports, rivalry and hatred seemed nonexistent in MotoGP which appealed to me right away and made me love and respect that sport even more. But as a supporter and fan of the Doctor, Valentino Rossi seeing 95% of the public from all around Europe cheering for him and sporting either t-shirts, caps, umbrellas or flags from his own brand was definitely the highlight of the weekend. Looking back, I came to realize that no matter how good you are at what you do, or how talented you are your personality is what makes a difference. People love Valentino Rossi not only because he is the greatest racer of all times but also because he is a genuine person who keeps things simple and make us laugh.
No matter if he was practicing, qualifying or racing, at the end Valentino Rossi slowed down his bike and took the time to wave at us all which showed us that he was really appreciative of the warm support he was getting from his fans. No surprise though that I could count on the fingers of one hand how many Lorenzo fans were there.

Take a look at my first pictures as a sports photographer and simply enjoy. ^^

Thanks for visiting my blog guys,

Xo, G.

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K O R N A T I | PART 2

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KORNATI 2The second part of our trip to the K O R N A T I consists of some personal pictures.
Here, while I was admiring the view my husband spontaneously snapped a few photos of me which isn’t something he often does.

KORNATI 3With my dear friend.

KORNATI 4I forgot to shave my legs for the trip … ^_^

KORNATI 5A few meters from the highest point of the Kornati.

KORNATI 6I snapped the trio on our way down.

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KORNATI 9Discovering underwater life.

Just being crazy kids.

Thanks for visiting guys, see you next post.

Xo, G.

K O R N A T I | PART 1

It would have been a shame to leave Dalmatia without visiting the K O R N A T I , archipelago of Croatia which includes 140 islands. The trip was very pleasant due to the family atmosphere that reigned on the boat.ย  We left early in the morning and spent most of the day on the boat, cruising in between islets and reefs, snapping pictures and socializing with other passengers. During our first stop, we reached the highest point of the Kornati from where we enjoyed the mesmerizing view and also took some beautiful pictures, that will be revealed in part 2. There, we swam and dived for almost an hour and after we were on our way to a local restaurant. After eating lunch and visiting the surroundings, the boat stopped in the middle of the sea and we couldn’t resist jumping off the boat in the deep blue water. It was amazing!

KORNATI 5Can you see a Lion in this picture?

KORNATI 6A few Dolphins welcomed us.

KORNATI 7Our little boat in the middle of nowhere.

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KORNATI 8Pictures taken from the highest point of the Kornati.

KORNATI 9Heading to the restaurant.

KORNATI 10Small tower Toreta, probably built in the 6th century AD by the Romans.

KORNATI 11Small church of Our Lady of Tarac built in the 17th century on the location of an early Christian basilica from the 6th century.

KORNATI 12The most impressive yacht my eyes have ever seen, Ti-Coyo.

KORNATI 13Approaching the port of Murter.

Thanks for visiting my blog guys and don’t forget to come back tomorrow to see Part 2 of our trip.

Xo, G.

P O D V R S K E

Podvrske beach 1This is the third year in a row that we spent our vacation in gorgeous Dalmatia, and I am still blown away by the beauty of this part of Croatia. We visited at least 10 different beaches in the area through the years and fell in love with this little wild beach called P O D V R S K E. It is situated on the Murter island not far from the famous sand beach Slanica. Croatia isn’t usually known for having large sand beaches and that these are a real rarity there, but the color of the sea is one of the most beautiful I have seen in my life. It is as I like to say, a mix between the Atlantic and Indian ocean as there are different shades of blue. In some places the transition between shallow and deep water is spectacular not only because of the color change but also due to the clearly visible slope and I couldn’t help myself but to dive at least hundreds of times to look at it. The feeling while swimming “from one side to the other” is indefinable. This is the most free I have ever felt.

I hope you will enjoy the pictures and stay tuned as there is more to come.

Xo, G.

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Podvrske beach 3Here posing in the early morning in my favorite piece of the summer, the denim overalls from H&M.

Podvrske beach 4The water temperature was around 26, so I had to dive deeper to cool off.

Podvrske beach 5Couldn’t sunbath on the beach due to the heat.

Podvrske beach 7Another round.

Podvrske beach 8Selfie in the middle of the sea.

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Podvrske beach 10Time for my Ice cream break. Bikini from La Halle aux Vetements | Sunglasses by Iceberg

Podvrske beach 12Waiting for our friends to arrive on my gigantic $100 bill

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Podvrske beach 14Taking pictures with Starfishes.

Podvrske beach 17Peace and come back tomorrow.