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Hey, I’m Petit!

Split, Croatia · Member since September 2012
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Half French / half Croatian, I moved to Split in April 2012, and so far so good.

My family in Croatia is from Karlovac, near Zagreb. It is famous for its beer -Karlovačko- and reknowed for its old town shaped like a six-branch star. Laying on the banks of 4 rivers, Karlovac's countryside is very green, with many trails for bikes and hikes. I love the nature there! If you look for a place to stay there, I might hook you up with my relatives, we always find room for guests ;)

I grew up in Le Puy-en-Velay, in the french countryside, then I lived for years on a planet called Marseille and in Aix-en-Provence, where I studied. I love France, it is in my genes, but I like to live abroad and now I think I found a good compromise in between being at home and abroad as well. My Mama lives in Le Puy-en-Velay, and I am very happy to go back home from time to time, and enjoy the beauties of this small city, rich in history (sites under UNESCO protection) and surrounded with nature, on the banks of the Loire river, with its castles. We are also renting rooms there :) so check it out! (B&B Le Puy-en-Velay)

I really like to have people around and share some of my time...enjoying the sweetness of the Mediterranean living here in Dalmatia.
I like to travel and get out of my comfort zone -even though I like it a lot! I like to discover and contemplate nature, also meet other people/cultures. As I am working in the field of international cooperation in environmental conservation and coastal zone management, it is more my way of life, rather than a simple hobby.

Come to Croatia and do it like an emperor, do it the Split way!