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Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik

After an amazing three days in Korcula, Lorna and I took off on a four-hour bus-trip to Dubrovnik. Yes, a bus trip. Normally you can just catch a ferry from the island, but because we were a little out of season, we had to hop on a bus, which hopped on a ferry, and...
Korcula

Korcula

Korcula was apparently founded in the 12th century B.C. and the ancient looking buildings and walls certainly suggest that to be the case. Korcula was a pleasant surprise. As far as Croatia is concerned, you must visit Split, but if you don’t have much time I...
Hvar

Hvar

From Split it was extremely easy to catch the ferry to the island of Hvar. We walked with all our gear for about ten minutes to the ferry terminal in Split, proclaimed that we wanted to go to Hvar, and paid $6 AU for a ticket. Thirty minutes later and we were on our...
Split

Split

Split was a pleasant surprise, especially after spending two months in Italy. We caught the bus from Plitvice to Split at 1:30 p.m. It was quite a long bus ride. We arrived at 8:00 p.m. at the Split bus station, just outside the city walls. We would have arrived...
Plitvice

Plitvice

The Plitvice lakes are a beautiful almost-untouched section of natural Croatian forest almost spanning 20 hectares. There are 16 crystal clear lakes and quite possibly a hundred natural waterfalls (some as high as 20 meters). It’s a definite must-see destination...