Destination: Zagreb, Croatia

My five nights in Split were long, but packed with activities. From exploring the nearby islands (e.g. Hvar) to day trips to Plitviče Lakes and Bosnia & Herzegovina, I was constantly out from morning to evening-- that said, I found my time in Zagreb a much-more relaxing affair, all the while seeing a good amount … Continue reading Destination: Zagreb, Croatia


Destination: Plitviče Lakes National Park, Croatia

If you ever go to Croatia, there's a large chance that you would be visiting Plitviče Lakes National Park. A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979, this nearly 300-square kilometer natural park is filled with tumbling waterfalls and clear-as-day lakes which offer plenty of stunning views (and plenty of photo memories to take home). While … Continue reading Destination: Plitviče Lakes National Park, Croatia

Destination: Hvar, Croatia

While in Split, I took several day trips to other parts of the region, including a few islands just off the coast. That said, this post won't just be about Hvar (as written in the title), but rather one of the day trips I did to it and nearby islands. An all-day affair, it was … Continue reading Destination: Hvar, Croatia

Destination: Split, Croatia

After three nights in Dubrovnik, I continued my journey through Croatia by heading to Split. Known for its beaches and Roman history, this coastal city is also a popular tourist destination, as it's also where people can visit nearby islands like Hvar or Brač for nature and nightlife. Compared with Dubrovnik, the city of Split is … Continue reading Destination: Split, Croatia

Destination: Dubrovnik, Croatia

A fantastic week in Iceland was done, but I wasn't done traveling yet in May. In fact, it was just the beginning, as I would be spending the next two weeks in the Balkans. Home to countries such as Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Slovenia, this particular region of Europe has drawn in a … Continue reading Destination: Dubrovnik, Croatia