HOME. Such a powerful word. It has so many meanings. What is your home? Where is your home???
I once wrote Home is where the cat is and I still believe that. Our ginger tomcat is still with us but now we are also parents to two kids: a three-year-old boy and a one-year-old girl. I wonder how they will feel about their home once they grow up. About the house they grew up in, their hometown, their birth country…
I’ve only lived in two countries so far: Croatia and England. I felt at home in London even before I moved to England but it wasn’t until that move that I could officially call England my home. It just felt right, I felt right there, even though I called England my home for a short while and even though I wasn’t happy at my job there. Home is where your heart is ..and a piece of my heart stayed in England and another will always belong to London.
However, I was born in Croatia and this is where I raise my family. Croatia is a small Mediterranean country close to Italy and Slovenia and Hungary. It is a stunning country with thousands of islands, beautiful nature, historical towns and it’s got excellent cuisine. If you like exploring castles or hiking or drinking good wine, you can find all that and more in Croatia. Now, I sound just like a travel agent but I hope that you’ll visit Croatia if you already haven’t because a lot of people in Croatia depend on tourism for their livelihood.
So, let me show you my country through a few selected Croatia posts that you can find here on my blog (these are all about less known or even off the beaten path places in Croatia since I’m sure you’ve all heard about Dubrovnik or Plitvice Lakes National Park).
If you’re a chocoholic like me why don’t you visit the oldest tourist town in Croatia, Opatija, and eat chocolate at the chocolate festival?
If you’ve been to Venice carnival why don’t you see our International Carnival parade in Rijeka too?
I hope I gave you plenty of ideas of what to do and what to see in my home country Croatia. And I definitely need to blog more about my country. Hope to see you in Croatia soon!:)
Go ahead, write about your home, all the details are below. I’m looking forward to reading your home posts. Thank you Emma for asking me to co-host November’s travel link up.
Whether it is an adopted home, a birth home or somewhere that felt like it could have become your home – it could be a country, a city, a scent, a view. Or even the special moments that you like to share with visitors…
How to link up your post
Just pop your post up over the first week of the month (the 1st – 7th November 2020), and add it to the linkup widget found on Binnys Food and Travel Diaries, Adventures of a London Kiwi, SilverSpoon London, or our co-host Tanja at Red Phone Box Travels.
Usual Boring stuff
As ever there are no real rules – basically all we ask is that you check out some of the other cool bloggers that are involved in that months travel link up; tweet a few of the posts out to your followers that you think they will love and make a few comments here and there. It really is a great way to meet some new travel bloggers and share some blogging joy! The Travel Link Up is open to all bloggers as long as the post is relevant.