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June (cell phone pics)/ Lipanj (slike s mobitela)

I was thinking about doing a recap/summary of the past month but then I decided against it. There are still lots of outfits from June that I didn't share but that is not the reason. I thought it might be fun to share a few photographs from my cell phone.

Razmišljala sam da napravim neki pregled/ sažetak lipnja, ali sam se predomislila, ne zbog toga što ima dosta odjevnih kombinacija koje još nisam promijenila, nego jer mi se čini zabavnije podijeliti neke fotografije s mobitela.

destress with soparnik / oslobodite se stresa pomoću soparnika


This June I discovered that you can transport yourself to heaven with less than a euro. How? Buy a slice of Soparnik, traditional Croatian dish. This dish originating from Republic of Poljica ( I've written about it here ). It is prepared in a really complicated way and that makes it even more precious. Imitations of it are sold in some bakeries but nothing tastes like the real stuff. So, if you happen to find yourself in Split city (Croatia), go to baazar and have a slice. You must go early in the morning because the stuff is sold pretty quickly. I tell you, when I eat five slices in the morning, I can tackle anything;)

 


Ovog lipnja otkrila sam da se možemo transportirati u raj za pet kuna. Kako? Kupnjom soparnika!  Zaboravite spa i najedite se soparnika, ako ste ljubitelj hrane kao ja, to će vas najbolje opustiti.  Pisala sam već o soparniku ovdje. Priprema pravog soparnika je poprilično komplicirana (nije nešto što možete kući napraviti), pa zamislite kako sam sretna bila kada sam naletjela na pazaru (glavnom pazaru u Splitu) na pravu stvar. Primijetila sam da se po pekarama prodaju imitacije, ali to je zapravo prije verzija pite zeljanice, to mogu i sama napraviti pa mi nije zanimljivo. Uglavnom, ako ste u Splitu, ujutro otiđite na pazar i opremite se. Kažem vam, kad se najedem soparnika ujutra, spremna sam na sve;)



Split is gorgeous even when it rains! Split je prekrasan čak i kada pada kiša!









Sunset in vicinity of Mostar (Bijelo polje) / Zalazak sunca u okolici Mostara (bijelo polje)


Sunset in Split city/ Zalazak sunca u Splitu





Comments

  1. Obožavam hranu i probavati nove stvari. Mislim, da soparnik nisam još nikad probala, na slikama izgleda preukusno a ja gladna. Split je na tvojima slikama uvek lep i voljela bi da ga posjetim :) xx Maja

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    1. vjerojatno ga nisi još probala i ja sam ga prvi put jela tek u dvadesetima na večeri Poljičke republike...Split je divan grad, ako budeš imala priliku, svakako ga posjeti.

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  2. You always look like you're having a fantastic time Xxx
    such lovely pictures and that bread looks sooo yummy (reminds me of pitta bread actually)

    http://itsjustwinnie.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. thank you!
      it's not bread, it's a soparnik, a traditional Croatian dish .

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  3. E meni bi malo soparnika onda baš dobro došlo, nisam ga još nikad probala, ali mi sa slika izgleda baš primamljivo :D Kiša je uvijek tako fotogenična, meni je ponekad draže biti na moru kad je loše vrijeme :)

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    1. moraš ga jednom probati, stvarno je odličan:)
      Ja isto volim more kada pada kiša.

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  4. Very nice <3
    And your pics are amazing.

    Kisses from Germany ♥
    http://www.magicofjazz.blogspot.de/

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  5. Oh why didn't I try this!!!! Mmmmm... I never managed to wake early in Split!! I live your yellow shawl. X

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  6. Love the collection of amazing looks!kisses! Have a great weekend!!!

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  7. Amazing shoots and place darling! You're so beautiful!!
    Baci,
    Coco et La vie en rose - Valeria Arizzi

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  8. Hvala za ovaj slike! Volim grad Splitu! :-)
    Puno pozdrava
    Carolin

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    1. hvala tebi, drago mi je čuti da voliš Split.

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  9. Great photos

    New post :
    www.miharujulie.com

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  10. fantastic pictures my dear, that food looks delicious! :D xoxo

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  11. Olá Minha Linda!
    Lugar lindo, amei *---*
    Beijokas da Carol e da Camila :*
    www.vamospapear.com

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  12. Now I want to know, what is ths Soparnik made of? How does it taste? TELL ME! It slightly resembles Bulgarian garlic bread!
    And you look so adorable with that colorful skirt, omg, or is it a dress with a t-shirt ontop? I can't tell!

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    1. It is made from spinach, olive oil, garlic, water and flower and it tastes heavenly...there is a link in the post that provides more info.

      The outfit features a dress but I wore a shirt over so it sort of looks like a skirt.

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  13. Bellissimi scatti:) un bacione

    http://denimakeup95.blogspot.it/

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  14. you look amazing and all your pictures are incredibly pretty ;)

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  15. OMG food looks so amazing and yummy!

    www.thrill-hunter.blogspot.com

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  16. Great photos!

    Xo
    Jeanie
    www.thefashionlotus.com

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  17. thanks you so much for the lovely comment
    it means so much <3
    your blog is nice too
    hope you like my newest post as well <3
    http://miss-amelyrose.blogspot.de/

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  18. Nice blog post Ivana. That soparnik looks rather appetising...!

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  19. Yum! I've never heard of that dish before but it looks super delicious!
    Tegan xx - Permanent Procrastination
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  20. Those pastry-type things look amazing and make me hungry. Always glad to see the lovely area that you come from. And those pictures of you are so gorgeous, dear. A fine choice for a post subject! xoxo

    All Things Bright and Lovely

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  21. Great pictures darling!
    So much food too, yummy :)
    www.travelera.es

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  22. Amazing pictures and great post! Thanks for sharing!
    http://freshisyummy.blogspot.com/2015/07/cool-for-summer.html

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  23. Amazing shots!
    Have a nice week end!
    Photographer Gil Zetbase
    http://www.gilzetbase.com/

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  24. I'm not familiar with this, but it sure makes a good snack. Love your pix, Ivana! xoxo

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  25. Great shots, Ivana. I really like your outfit in the last pic. Beautiful! :)

    missymayification.blogspot.co.uk

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  26. Nice post. :)
    Would you like to follow each other? Just let me know, where (GFC, Bloglovin, Twitter) you are following, and I follow you back. :)

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  27. Wonderful photos! I wish I could visit Split! And Soparnik looks delicious. Is it spinach and feta cheese? It looks like a cross between a quesedilla and spanikopita. xoxo

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  28. Gorgeous photos. I really love these architectural pictures, I love buildings a lot!! xx

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  29. Super cute scarf and skirt! You look like you had a great time. Lovely photos dear.

    astylishlovestory.blogspot.com

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  30. Wow! Split je tako divan! Nisam ga jos posetila, mada jednog dana sigurno hocu. Obe odevne kombinacije ti sjajno stoje! Volim sarenu suknju :*

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