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How an introvert can slay solo travel

So you’re a classic introvert i.e. most times you prefer your own company to that of others. Your energy levels deplete quickly in a crowd. Meeting and talking to strangers does not come naturally to you. You feel awkward with people you don’t know, more so when they’re a lot in number and very loud. … Continue reading How an introvert can slay solo travel

The perfect 7 day itinerary for Croatia

First a bit about Croatia Croatia is a croissant-shaped country located in eastern Europe along the Adriatic Sea, with the Dinaric Alps bordering the other side. It’s made up of a thousand islands—1,185 islands to be exact, with only 50 populated. Zagreb, Split, and Dubrovnik are its main cities. The country has ~5,900 km of … Continue reading The perfect 7 day itinerary for Croatia

How to spend 48 hours in Split

Split is the second-largest city of Croatia and the largest city of the region of Dalmatia. Whether or not to spend 2 days in Split a highly debated topic amongst travelers, but it’s a fiercely unique port city with its own quirks, and very different in composition from Dubrovnik and Zagreb. I think it’s definitely … Continue reading How to spend 48 hours in Split

How to spend 48 hours in Zagreb

Zagreb is the capital and the largest city of Croatia. It is a vibrant and a historical city and should be part of your Croatian itinerary. The best thing is not many others will agree, so you will find yourself in a non-touristy city which will serve to give you a flavor of how modern-day, … Continue reading How to spend 48 hours in Zagreb

How to spend 48 hours in Dubrovnik

A walled city of 60,000 people, Dubrovnik is something out of a fairytale. Unfortunately, everyone seems to know it already, so every place is teeming with tourists, and no low season either these days or so I hear. Dubrovnik was already quite a favorite with the Western Europeans because of its low costs, now the … Continue reading How to spend 48 hours in Dubrovnik