Sometimes, we like to watch various cooking shows. It just so happens that the other night we caught an episode of 3,2,1 Peci! which airs on Croatian RTL channel. They were making something called soparnik and it looked interesting enough that we wanted to try it. Soparnik is in essence a pie, made with blitva
The kiddos are excited tonight. They have cleaned their shoes and now they are patiently waiting for Sveti Nikola to come and give them their fair share of candies and chocolate because they have been good for the entire year. For those of you not living in Croatia, December 6 is traditionally celebrated as Saint
There once was a Purple Princess. She lived in a Purple Kingdom, and she had a knack for getting into trouble. Even one of her dresses reads: ”I tried to be good but I failed.” Like any worthy princess, she had not one, but two knights in shining armor to save her from her mischief.
It’s been a long day for me. My wallet is empty, even the moths have flown away due to the cold weather. I am worried about my Gyro Card (one of the many Croatian Bank cards) not being able to pull money from the Bankomat (that’s an ATM). It will be a hour walk to
Today, we are going to take a closer look at the Croatian genitive case. In my previous post about Croatian cases, I gave you a brief overview of all the cases, stating that nominative and vocative are the easiest of them all, so I won’t dwell on them much further. The other cases can be