What was suppose to be a 4-5 hr bus ride to Split Croatia, ended up being over 9 hrs for some reason.
I arrived very tired, went for a swim in at a dirty beach, and slept in a disgusting hotel.
Took a bus to Hvar Island and then I got to experience the stunning Croatia I heard about. Hvar is one of the few places I have been that I say “I could live here”. Being an Island girl with the love of boating and sparkling clean water to swim in… I was in heaven.
Next I went to the KRKA National park, to see the famous waterfalls… and not only did I see them, I swam in them :) Soooo beautiful!!!
After a couple of days exploring the KRKA park, I got on a boat to Italy, plane to Germany then plane to California, August 22… A little under 3 mos in the Balkans.
It’s been a little over 2 months since I last posted a blog. I was on my way to Bosnia and then Croatia, and for some reason I just stopped posting.
So I find myself now in India, with a strong urge to share my experience, but I feel I should finish submitting the Balkan journey first:
I, like many going to Bosnia for the first time, had very low expectations. Actually it is rare that I even have expectations about a place... but Bosnia I did...and wow, was I wrong.
The bus followed the Tara River out of Montenegro across the border into Bosnia.
We drove hours through different villages & small City's toward the capital of Sarajevo.
I was so surprised how beautiful and well kept all the homes and buildings are.
I was really impressed with Sarajevo, and I'm not a city person at all. It is very clean and modern looking.
When I got off the bus, I asked a man for directions to my hotel, and he and his girlfriend ended up giving me a ride because it was a bit far. I found the people of Sarajevo to be very kind.
I stayed in Sarajevo for one night, then continued on to my main destination - the Bosnian Pyramid Valley of Vosoko.
I have been very interested in this area for years, especially about the extremely pure water and the energy frequency that is found in the tunnels and around the pyramids - both have been scientifically proven to have balancing and healing effects on the body.
There is continuous excavation going on in the tunnels and around the pyramids, with the whole project being led by the internationally known anthropologist Sam Osmanagich.
Sam turned the adjacent land into a “Stress Free” zone park that has all kinds of activities to experience that are meant to enhance the persons energy field and release stress.
After spending 5 days exploring all the pyramids and tunnels, I got on the bus to Croatia.
Cher was born into a family of metaphysicians, which allowed her innate nature for questioning reality the freedom to explore. She started traveling the world at age 17 to engage with different perspectives of spirituality and Mind/Body Medicine. When she was 30, she settled down in Hawaii to raise her kids and started her private practice as a Mind/Body/Spirit Educator, Therapist. She also owned a Yoga School, founded a Divorce Center for Women, and was the founder of a Re-programming Center for Women and Children. Now her youngest child is going off to University, she is devoting the next phase of her life to travel the world and connect with as many people as possible - sharing her love and gratitude for life, our planet, all beings, and all that exists.