Bottles

Of course I carry home stones or shells if not from a protected area, but my most valuable souvenirs are free ones that can be made useful.

My husband likes beer, but personally, I appreciate an empty bottle with an interesting printed or pasted-on label more than what’s inside.  I have encountered no problems carrying empties home in checked luggage or in my carry-on.  My most recent addition is a bottle from Croatia.

For a table centerpiece, I add chrysanthemums or Gerbera daisies, which works with my lack of flower-arranging skills.

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This tray includes a “Cape Horn Patagonian Beer” bottle from Argentina, a “Miyajima Original Beer” whose label features the Torii gate, and one labeled “Velebitsko svijello pivo” from Croatia.  The beers were probably good––I don’t know, I just like the bottles.

 

Dates of travel:  Argentina January 2015; Japan March 2016; Croatia October 2017

Tours: Antarctica’s White Wilderness ;  Hidden Gems of the Dalmatian Coast

 

 

 

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