My trip to Croatia this past June was, for most of it, marvellous. I enjoyed both Zagreb and Dubrovnik for different reasons. But my stay in Zagreb wasn't without its hiccups and, let's face it, while I can now laugh about some of them, others are just... not great. But are the kind of things … Continue reading Quirky Zagreb and… small hiccups of my trip there
Walking on the streets of Croatia - either in Zagreb or Dubrovnik - I kept passing by people eating ice cream. Adults and children alike, from cones or paper cups. Ice cream was being carried as coffee typically is in London. Of course, it's not like I don't see people eat ice cream in the … Continue reading Ice cream in Croatia
I was taking a nice walking tour in Zagreb when the guide asked if we knew where the oldest pharmacy in the world was located. Very confidently I said Tallinn, since that's what I was told when visiting Estonia, ironaically (or maybe not) during a free walking your in Tallinn. He smiled, clearly expecting the … Continue reading Where is the oldest pharmacy in the world?
So let's go back to Zagreb for a little while 🙂 I don't consider myself a foodie by nature, but I do enjoy trying out the local delicacies and make that a part of my trip. In Zagreb, I stayed in a studio apartment so most times I would buy something light to have for … Continue reading Food appreciation post – Zagreb, Croatia
If you haven't noticed already from my previous posts, I fell in love with Croatia and I've developed a serious crush on Dubrovnik. The city is one of those places that is beautiful from the inside out. You need to allow yourself to get lost in its narrow streets, but you also cannot miss the … Continue reading Views from Dubrovnik City Walls