Awww look at them!!! Goran is such amazing with this cutie Tin ♥ And they're still in Zagreb.
Of course, the article:
G. Visnjic showed pračovjekaObitelj Visnjic son Krapina in Croatia came two weeks ago. Tiny Tin is already loved the city of Zagreb in which enjoys riding the tram and run for pigeons
Dad, dad, cheerfully Tin Visnjic (3) Goran teased his father (38) offering his hand, and then to escape. Goran laughed. With the adopted son was on Friday around noon at a cafe near the Museum of the Krapina Neanderthals without wife Ivana (40). - We thought him to seek his autograph, but we decided that we will not disturb you. You could see that really enjoys - told readers 24sata. Dad and son were drinking coffee and juice and walked Krapina. Visnjic have arrived in Croatia two weeks ago. Most of them are delighted Ivana's father Antun Vrdoljak (79). He says he loves the grandson of Tin Zagreb, a Croatian speaks perfect. Toddler enjoyed the tram ride and run for pigeons at Zagreb's main square.
The pic and the article are from Bleu Profond 2. Thank so much, Hanna!
Those photos are amazing...so many! I can't help but think this is somehow Goran's attempt to show the world he is still around after ER ( and still hot). Nice that it was photos of Croatia too. Oh he is still so dreamy
Last Edit: Oct 29, 2010 20:20:34 GMT 10 by Melimelo
"...I wasn't running away from anything..I was running to you..."
Multumesc frumos Lubby! Cum ta cheama? Eu sunt Chloe si am trăit în Bucureşti pentru un an. Mi-e dor de România foarte mult! Imi place oamenii de acolo! Cred ca sunt mai deschişi decat francezii. Nu vorbesc foarte bine romaneste dar vreau sa vorbesc mai bine! O-zi buna si sper ca tu vrei sa vorbesti în lîmba româna cu mine!
Pe curând! Pa!
Here is the church and here is the steeple We sure are cute for two ugly people I don't see what anyone can see, in anyone else But you...
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Nu sunt roman, Chloe. De aceea nu pot sa vorbesc in romaneste foarte bun. Te rog frumos sa nu mai vorbesti romaneste aici,numai in mail sau scrisoare, pentru ca altii nu inteleg despre ce e vorba. Acest lucru vă rog să nu-l considera ca o insulta, doar ti-am spus. Si daca vrei sa vorbim doar in engleza putem,pentru ca am spus ca nu prea stiu romaneste..scuze
Sorry to speak in romanian, it's not important what we are talking about.. If anyone wants to know this, just PM
As you want but you know, I've been on this forum for quite a while now and we sometimes spoke our languages and it didn't matter. If people want to know they ask and we don't do it very often so no big deal. Actually I learned new words thank to this, it's part of cultural exchanges but I also understand your point. I apologize, I didn't read your presentation, I guessed you were hungarian when you said you weren't speaking so well Romanian (you still speak it better than me though). I was just happy to find somebody living in the country which welcomed me for a year. And as it matters to you, here is the translation of what I said:
"Thank you very much Lubby! What's your name? I'm Chloé and I lived in Bucharest for a year. I miss Romania a lot! I love people from there! I think they're more open mind than French people. I don't speak very good Romanian but I want to speak it better! Have a nice day and I hope you want to speak Romanian with me! See you! Bye!"
P.S: I wasn't planning on continuing this conversation here, I just wanted to thank you.