As always, random picture posts cover some of the fun scenes and places that haven’t or won’t get featured in a post of their own. See more random picture posts here.
A tribute to the fallen tooth — as you might guess, it’s located just outside a dentist’s office.
A quick peek at the local supermarket, which makes you wonder what makes the imports worth over three times the local brand…
Not sure I’ve ever seen an angry (mischievous?) salt shaker before.
One of the reasons I love Europe: the chocolate selection at your average supermarket. This is just a third or so of what’s available here, by the way.
Sure, anyone can buy the classy bottles of wine, the ones that come in glass bottles… Some additional options come in vegetable-oil-shaped bottles of the 2 liter variety — and the most expensive of the three is 24 kuna (about $3.50 USD or 3.22 Euro).
Well, go on. You’ve always wanted to get a selfie inside a giant watering can. Seen at a park along the river in eastern Zagreb.
Some time ago, the Sun and its nine planets were installed through Zagreb in a scale model of the solar model. The planets themselves are fairly small (the size of a golf ball to a softball) and spread out over several kilometers, but the sun is easy enough to find in the heart of Zagreb’s old town.
You might be cool, but you’re not ‘skeleton with a cigar and flowers’ cool.
Seen at the bus terminal , part of me knows it’s supposed to say ‘101’… but upside down, it’s just talking like a millennial.
Ready for a road trip? Where in the World is Nina has a great one-week road trip itinerary to Croatia.
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