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Croatia: Tito’s Granddaughter Wickedly Mocks Victims Of Communist Crimes

I have never come across a child, a grandchild, a brother, sister or spouse of a WWII Nazi war criminal who defended the actions of that war criminal who contributed to the horror the world knows as the Holocaust, or mocked their victims or the victims’ right to justice. 1,106 more words

Zadar's Treats & Souvenirs

Just like any other tourist, wherever I go I take home something to remind me of my travel. Before it was my hobby collecting key chains and Teddy Bears. 177 more words

Morena's Travel

Maximizing a Trip to Europe Without Maxing Out Your Budget

Want to stretch your Euros the farthest possible? Try these travel tips to plan an affordable backpacking trip through Europe – can anyone say post-grad celebration? 616 more words


Lonely Boat

While driving to the airport I spotted this landscape with a lonely boat. Being quick I snapped some shots, going through those images I saw something unique in the landscape and distance. 47 more words

Matterada (the good life...)

It only takes an instant to feel completely unsettled and yet completely at home in this tiny little town…  Even though this is only my third visit I recognize every curve of the narrow gravel road and every stone in the old walls instantly – that must be partly from poring over the photos whenever we feel wistful!  498 more words

Places To Go


We stayed in Skradin as a base for seeing the Krka waterfalls and found ourselves really falling for the town. So many tight alleyways of abandoned homes and little street bars and shops.

Barba - Dubrovnik, Croatia

The first things that catch the eye when walking up this narrow stone street in old town Dubrovnik are the lanterns.

Every gallery, shop and restaurant along the street displays a uniquely designed and decorated lantern, all floating over the crowded streets during the day and lighting up the city at night. 732 more words