It took me an instant to fall in love with Split. And even less time to realize my traveling days were in front of me, not in the past (thanks to a certain person who provided instantaneous enlightenment).

Nearly one year after I left Split, I found myself back in this seaside town, life entirely different. The first thing I did was track down the person who changed my life — I had to tell him “thank you.”

The second thing I did? Sit back, smile and relish in the beauty of the moment, the beauty of the town (including the laundry hanging from the ancient windows), and the beauty of travel.

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    1. Oh, Split is one of my favorite cities in the world. I know plenty of people who are not impressed with it, but for me, the memories I have there and the part it played in my life, make it so spectacular.

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  1. This shot makes me remember when I was in a small village in Sicily in Italy. There old women used to hankd laundry from the windows! It’s seemed to be back in time!

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