How to behave in Croatian National Parks

We visited two parks in Croatia. The first was the Krka National Park in Dalmatia, North of Split. It’s famous for its pretty waterfalls, some of which people are allowed to swim in. We arranged a day tour with the hostel and set off at an ungodly hour in the morning. The park itself was…

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Split – Museums and The Bright Nights

In between cutting my feet and eating, we managed to visit two museums. The Split City MuseumΒ wasn’t too bad and we got in for free as we had the Split Card. As we entered, I heard music playing from the distance. As we gradually made our way up to the second floor,Β we found a mini…

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Split – The Market, The Beach and My Bloody Birthday

After the palace, we wandered out beyond the very sturdy walls guarded by Roman soldiers (or really fit men in roman soldier uniforms, who knows really) and found ourselves in the market. I love local markets as I find it gives an authentic snapshot into the life of a local.

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Split – Diocletian’s Palace

First stop, Split. *I’m typing this out of a Croatian bar in Zagreb at 4 in the morning. It’s more like a Croatian mamak with the smoking and loud radio playing in the background if you ask me.*

*But I’m posting this up 11 hours after typing because I couldn’t get a steady connection at the Croatian mamak*

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