More Photos of Croatia

Here are more photos of the magic of Croatia. And then it’s your turn.

It’s an easy drive down the coast, from Zagreb to Dubrovnic, stopping in seaside villages along the way. Cobblestone streets and bougainvilleas enhance the charm while colorful markets and street performers add to the enchantment.

Then there’s the majesty of the Adriatic Sea, dotted with inlets and islands. Read here about the natural beauty of Hvar, often called the queen of the Dalmatian islands.

Although inland, but not to be missed, is Plitvice National Park, a UNESCO world heritage site, with 16 lakes and breathtaking waterfalls.

You may be wondering, what does this have to do with me? Even when times are tough, it’s important to hold on to your dreams. If you’re at a crossroads, ready for a change or a break from your routine, here are some websites to get you thinking: has ideas and descriptions of trips for women with a passion for travel. You’ll find lots of specialty tours, including those with grandchildren. Whereas is an international directory of women travelers. It provides a free e-mail based service that allows women anywhere in the world to connect with others who love to travel. And has information when you’re ready to take steps toward actually planning a trip.

Enjoy exploring the travel websites. If you want help getting started, sign the email list to the left of this post and download our complimentary ebook, “Courage and Lessons Learned: Reaching for Your Goals.”

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