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Robert's Daughter Travels: Croatia and the Kuna

(This is the first in a series of blogs on Europe and its banknotes by Robert’s daughter who recently travelled through Europe.)

It was early October, I sat in this beautiful café tucked away from the busy streets of old town. 433 kata lagi

Banknote Collecting

Juggling multiple skills - Why today's reporter has to be everything at once

So there I was, dealing with a random Apple update on my iPad and trying to call our tech expert, Joe, when the Kuna Melba News advertising representative, Karri, rushes through the door. 978 kata lagi


The Big Kuna -- Croatia

Croatia reminds me of a small town in Florida, like St. Augustine. It has a perfect mix of beach life, nightlife and amazing seafood. I was pleasantly surprised to see the charm of Split. 998 kata lagi



This past weekend I traveled to Dubrovnik with three other people. And man, was that a journey to say the least. We arrived on Thursday around 4. 432 kata lagi

If the research shows chocolate has health benefits..... COUNT ME IN

Of the many glorious foods God has blessed our belly’s with, there is that one that I truly believe he made extra special. Many of you know it as the thing that gives you life on a gloomy day, the very sustenance that keeps you sane, the cheese to your wine… or Chocolate. 317 kata lagi

Crowns, Trees and Animal Skins

One of the tasks facing any newly independent nation, and one that the Croatian Government had to address in the early 1990s, is what to do about money. 463 kata lagi


Panamanian Islands

Back to the blog after a bit of an absence, sorry about that. Where did I leave off? Was it Cartagena? What an absolutely great city that is, I can recommend to one and all and now that the five decade civil war is over its probably safe even for alarmists. 869 kata lagi