Archive for September, 2015

 Roger’s Harvest ride
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  Posted September 28th, 2015 by Zdenko  in Cycling, Edmonton | No comments yet.

Edmonton cycling

By: Zdenko Kahlina

Perfect weekend to close the season in Edmonton!
The leaves are just beginning to turn yellow and the morning air was crisp, which means conditions were again ripe for Roger’s Harvest 100 km ride. You’ve done all the work through spring and summer to become fit and strong, the race season is winding down, and the whole world around you is transforming into a spectacle of color.

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 Different Worlds – Part 2.
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  Posted September 24th, 2015 by Zdenko  in Family, Travel | 4 comments

Jenn and Sanja’s diary: Hello Zagreb!

 Home Away From Home
Sanja and her friend Jenn decided to take some time off from the work and all daily routines here in Edmonton, and travel the world for a while. I will publish blogs about their traveling adventures, so return to this site again to read more. They left Edmonton in mid July 2010 for a short visit to London, and than headed off for capital city of Croatia – Zagreb.

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 Diamond in the Rough
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  Posted September 20th, 2015 by Zdenko  in Travel | No comments yet.

Hotel La Posada – Manzanillo

By: Zdenko Kahlina

Off the beaten path in Mexico – Manzanillo
Manzanillo is one of Mexico’s best-kept secrets, and one thing that keeps the area virtually untouched and unexplored, is that it’s a little hard to get to. There are many small hotels and motels, with room rates ranging from $15 a night to typical 5-star rates for hotels such as the Karmina Palace, Las Hadas and the Hotel Sierra.

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 On the road again: Lake Chapala – Manzanillo
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  Posted September 16th, 2015 by Zdenko  in Travel | No comments yet.

Leaving Lake Chapala

By: Zdenko Kahlina

Off the beaten path in Mexico: Town of Manzanillo
Three days spent in Lake Chapala region went by way too fast and it was time to leave. Ajijic already felt like place that we know very well and it was little sad that we had to leave. But, at the same time we were excited about all the new places we are planning to see today.

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 Dalmatian Coast by bike
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  Posted September 12th, 2015 by Zdenko  in Cycling | No comments yet.

Top rides

Source: Canadian Cycling Magazine
by Maryam Siddiqi

Cycling the Spectacular Croatia’s Dalmatian Coastline
According to many, Dalmatia is one of the most beautiful Croatian regions, distinguished by magical long beaches, crystal clear sea, iconically beautiful nature and rich cultural heritage. With 1,778 km of coastline and 1,185 offshore islands, the Dalmatian coast is one of the true wonders of Europe.

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 Different Worlds – Part 1.
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  Posted September 8th, 2015 by Zdenko  in Family, Travel | No comments yet.

Jenn and Sanja’s diary: London

Away We Go…
Sanja and her friend Jenn decided to take some time off from the work and all daily routines here in Edmonton, and travel the world for a while. I will publish blogs about their traveling adventures, so return to this site again to read more. They left Edmonton in mid July 2010 for a short visit to London, and than headed off for capital city of Croatia – Zagreb.

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 The Party’s on…
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  Posted September 4th, 2015 by Zdenko  in Edmonton | 2 comments

Edmonton life

Text: Marcus Fernando
Pictures: Zdenko Kahlina

FRINGEOPOLIS… Fringe Theatre Festival
It was a jolly holiday with the 34th Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival, SupercaliFRINGEilistic, in August 13-23, 2015!Take a historic neighborhood, add dozens of different venues, stir in performers from around the world, throw in a few hundred thousand audience members and let it grow over 11 days. The result: one Fringe Festival.

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