Croatian everyday life
This has been a hard blog for me to write because no matter where you go in the world, it’s very difficult to really describe accurately what everyday life and culture is like. Everything is going to be somewhat anecdotal, based on my own observations, and subject to change at any time.
It’s also MUCH different than answering basic questions such as “Are the people friendly?”
To me, this question statistically becomes less relevant the longer you stay.. the more people you interact with, the more diversity you will find.
Just like in the U.S.
No two people are going to have the same experiences either because of the way they approach and perceive life, the way they interact with people, or even just because of plain luck (or lack thereof)
Personally, Croatia suits me better than the U.S., and even though I know it won’t be easy, I know I’m making the right decision for ME.
If this is you too, I hope this post is helpful in some way.
You can certainly find a LOT of opinions online about how friendly Croatians are, (or aren’t, depending on who you ask.) or what the culture is like, the best places to go, whether or not a restaurant is worth going to, etc. This can get a little confusing.
Sometimes this kind of information is useful, but usually we just need some basic tools so we can find out for ourselves.
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- Croatian everyday life
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