DLCS Management

Your leisure; my pleasure. By DLCS.Dee

About DLCS Management

DLCS Management;

From Artists & Arts, Amsterdam, Croatia, Food, Leisure, Nature, Slovenia to Tourism.

Why choose? I love it all!



199 thoughts on “About DLCS Management

  1. I wonder how your chillies will go with our PaΕ‘ki Sir? Thanks for the support and interest in our posts

    1. I know PaΕ‘ki Sir, love it and yes I totally love chillies with anything. If you’re not used to spicy food the spicyness will rule, but for me the chillie would accompany the flavour of the cheese beautifully… In The Netherlands spicy cheese is to be found in about any cheese shop but I prefer the quality of Croatian cheese above the Dutch.

      1. Just wanted to say that I really love European cheese! I live in England, but I’m from Sweden… Anyway, I went to the local butcher’s and found a cheddar cheese with horseradish and mustard in it. Looovely!!

  2. Always nice to hear from a fan of our cheese, thanks for all your encouragement. Perhaps you’d be interested doing a review, and maybe telling the world how PaΕ‘ki Sir pairs (or not) with chillies. Send me an email… simon.kerr@gligora.com

    1. Update for my readers;
      Mr Simon Kerr & I have regularly been in touch since his first message up here, with the result that I just received a box of cheeses from Sirana Gligora (http://www.sirena.hr/) from the island of Pag, Croatia!

      Please stay β€œtuned”, for my funky but tasty cheesy experiment I will write about on my blog!

  3. Thanks for visiting my blog and liking it. It’s lovely to get visitors. Are you based in Amsterdam? I’ve been there a couple of times and liked it very much.

    1. Thank you for the like on my chicken tikka masala curry. I am just going to have a good look around your blog now.if you like spicy food watch out for more to come. πŸ™‚

  4. Thank you for liking my post. I am always surprised when someone else reads it. It is mainly a way for me to cope with what is happening in my life.

  5. I was curious to know how you’re managing to get so many visits and comments, is it just by visiting other blogs and leaving comments yourself? That’s something I’ve not been very good at – I am going to try and do it more often. If anyone else on here would like to visit my blog, I will visit yours back. I write about all kinds of topics in a humorous, anecdotal style – with particular focus on word and communications, as I am a journalist.

    1. That’s indeed about the only way. What helps too is to use the right tags and hope that WordPress posts your post on their homepage. Be smart when you use tags. I once followed a Google course on the use of tags. Didn’t think I was going to use it but it’s useful!

      Also because I like so many different subjects and thus use so many different tags, I am to be found in Google (WordPress automatically fixes that for you). I also use my blog name when i leave a reply on a website or enter a competition or on Youtube, so when people see DLCS Management, sometimes they wonder what it stands for, use a search enginge and end up on my blog.

      Good luck!

      Your blog is clear and pretty, I immediately voted on your poll.

  6. interesting – I’ve been starting to realise the importance of tags. I now make sure every post is tagged, which I didn’t always bother doing. Also, I have started using the word Humor (American spelling) as well as Humour (British spelling) – sounds obvious but it hadn’t occurred to me. I think that is helping, as I’m seeing a slow but steady increase in visitors.
    Thanks for voting on my poll – I was pleased when I worked out how to put one on the blog.

    1. Exactly, it matters! I write in English but speak some other languages too so according to the subject and targetgroup I sometimes add tags in different languages (Okay and I just simply love the word musicheta πŸ˜‰ )

      Oh yeah, one more tip; There’s a WordPress forum. I don’t hang out there regularly but when I feel like it every once in a while I participate in for example a wordgame. There are many other participants who then check out your blog. One of the games is for example; rate the blogger above you.

  7. Thank you for liking my post!! I will update soon with new info and pictures from Bojum – my blog is going to be a daily updated page!! Hope to have you visiting again!! Mike D.

  8. Hi There-Thank you for the like on my Happiest Baby on the Block post at mommysorganics.com. I’m always up for learning more about other cultures and like your mix of subjects.

  9. Great ingredients, love the spices and cheeses so unusual! Thanks for the critiques on the cheeses, eastern europe very exotic for americans and mouthwatering! Thank you for liking my blog!

    1. Thank you, THANK YOU! That’s a bit the intention. πŸ˜‰ Plus I didn’t come up with the perfect name yet. Actually I did; DLCS, unfortunately I was not the first to chose that one.

      1. Similiar, but the heart says Rotterdammer:P However studied and worked in Amsterdam!!!

  10. hanks for the like. Like the look of your blog, a lot of your tags match mine:) really miss Amsterdam too, so look forward to a seeing posts about it.

  11. Thank you for liking our blog post. We don’t know where Amsterdam is but Mom says she’s been there and it’s far away from us so we won’t be walking over there for a visit. It’s nice we can meet this way.

  12. Those hot peppers have reminded me I need to plant mine very soon. Thanks for the thumb’s up on Fried Neck Bones…and Some Home Fries.

  13. Thanks for checking out my post! I had a great time in The Netherlands and would love to visit again. It’s funny, last night I was craving spicy food, and seeing those chilies keeps it going! Have a great time in London πŸ™‚

    1. Let me know when you do so, so I can give you some up-to-date tips! Not strange you craved chillies, I’ve read they contain endorphines, so just give in to the cravings!

  14. Hey thanks for liking my post about the sea organ in Zadar! I was mystified that people I don’t know suddenly found my blog… but I think one of your discussions about tags (above) is the answer. This blogging caper just keeps getting more interesting! You have some great stuff here – glad to have popped by πŸ™‚

    1. ThX for your compliment! Like your blog too. And got this great idea from your post in which you mention you read about the place you’re at when you travel. Seriously never crossed my mind πŸ˜‰ Keep tagging!

    1. Thanks Tiller & Lookaroundyounow!
      I’ll post about the award soon. Got some work to catch up after London (Yes I’m back in Ams).

      I’d award you two both too, but since I got the awards from you I hope you won’t mind I’ll skip you both this time and give others a chance to participate in the award-cycle. But it’s very much apreciated! πŸ™‚

  15. You’re the second person I know to use a squid as a logo. My son-in-law is the first – he called his “Deadsquid.” At the time I thought it was a little weird… now, just awesome!

  16. Thanks for visiting and ‘liking’ my blog. I’ll try to keep posting things to interest you, and good luck with your blog. Like Snowapple too btw – anything with a fiddle and mandolin, not to mention three lovely Dutch girls!

    1. I feel honoured, thank you!
      I Like your blog and the articles are very interesting, but I’m a complete lay”man” when it comes to the law; I can only write from my personal view or experience or observation… I don’t know if you have a demand for that?

      1. always! Comments from a lay perspective always welcome, social justice views as important. Get in touch via the ‘Get in touch’ page!

  17. Hi and thank you for liking my post on friends in Granada, Nicaragua. I just glanced at your about page and see you love cheese -me too! Will read more soon.

    1. I fell in love with Croatia when I was 5. Slovenia followed when I was 17.

      Dubrovnik is tricky, prices are touristy, quality of food not everywhere as great. You are going in the right period though, you will no trip over tourists and maybe the prices are more normal. Plus yes Du is an amazingly beautiful place! Enjoy! And let me know how you liked it!

  18. Thank you for liking my post about my childhood away from Croatia it was important to me.

  19. Hello! Thanks for the like on my post on Ljubljana. I really appreciate you stopping by. I see you have many connections with the Balkans area. Perhaps some of my earlier posts on Croatia might also be of interest. I only started blogging a few months ago, and I find some of the above commentary very helpful, Garrulous Gwendoline, The Reluctant Retiree

  20. Hello there, thank you for stopping by at trashbus and liking my post “Oh Joze!” You seem to have a pretty interesting blog here, I’ll check out some of your posts, too! Have a nice day!

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