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Sea therapy at Zenta bay ( Split city) & outfit post


When I was a kid I loved strolling this area. Zenta marina (located in Split, Croatia) was one of my favourite places to escape to and daydream a little. I used to stroll this marina with my childhood friends and play a particular guessing game. We should pick a ship and try to calculate whether or not the police would manage to catch up with us (if we stole it, that is). Not that we were really considering stealing a boat. It was just harmless children's imagination at work. Thinking of different scenarios. We all knew quite a lot about ships, so it was almost like a mental exercise. Fun times.

I'm a big proponent of  sea therapy, vitamin sea and all that kind of talk. I do believe there is something healing (and possibly magical) about the sea. Whenever I'm in Split, I try to for a walk by the sea, even if it is just a very short walk. I think these photographs were taken on my first walk after Chron's resection operation, my stomach was still super swollen and painful but I was feeling pretty good because - sea therapy. I don't live by the sea anymore, so whenever I'm near sea, I try to make the most out of it. 

I don't really have any special comments about my outfit, I think I may have already worn something quite similar to this one here on blog. It is a quite colourful styling, stripes on stripes plus another pattern. I took the coat off because it was quite warm. As you can probably know Autumn & Winters in Mediterranean countries tend to take it easy on us and we're fortunate to get plenty of sun even in colder months. However, the cold has finally arrived here as well. I was freezing this morning. All the more reasons to take this trip down the memory lane and remember (relive) this fine afternoon in Split city.



Sea therapy at Zenta marina bay ( Split city & outfit post)


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turtleneck sweater: Mana (old), skirt: Zara (old), tights: New Yorker (old), shoes: ?, coat: old

If you want to see more post from this location you can visit my old posts here, here and here.








Comments

  1. Che bel posto!!! Io adoro il mare. Bellissimo quel maglione che indossi!
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  2. I TOTALLY agree with you over the power of the sea. I feel do much better when I am by the sea, calmer, and my spirit soars and bubbles over with gratitude when I am near it. I didn't realise you had Crohns disease, that is a difficult thing yo live with! Actually, where we live now is closer to the sea so I hope that I will enjoy it more.
    Your outfit is beautiful, I do remember and love that jumper! You look very serene here. Hope you are ok Ivana and thanks for all the kind comments! :-)

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  3. I miss sea so much! And the sun! it looks too perfect for me to bear

    Lyosha
    Inside and Outside Blog

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  4. Wow the sea looks absolutely stunning. Perfect brights colours too.
    Tia Cherie

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  5. Meravigliose queste foto e il tuo look super colorato mi piace da impazzire!
    Kisses, Paola.

    Expressyourself

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  6. Perfect post ­čĺĽ

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  7. Super slike, i ti i more :)

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  8. Sea therapy sounds wonderful. As a matter of fact, I think any type of therapy where nature is involved can just do wonders for our minds and bodies alike. Looks like you had a marvelous outing!

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  9. Lovely post dear! Have a great week! xx

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  10. Oooh these pictures are full of peace, I just love visiting the sea and just staring in front of the water for hours... I could do that! Even I don't consider myself a beach lover but having the beach around me makes me feel so good. I grew up in the north of Mexico near by the ocean and now in Spain I still have the beach near, I don't go often but seeing it from top of the mountain makes me feel good :)

    Best Ivana, love the happiness in these images!
    Pablo
    HEY FUNGI 

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