Croatia: Trogir

Trogir is a tiny pedestrian only island (with the exception one outer street that connects it to the mainland).  It is a medieval walled town with cobblestone alleys and walkways with a beautiful wide boardwalk with a gorgeous views.  We

Croatia: Pekarna Dalmatinka

For some reason, everywhere I went in Croatia and no matter which bakery I was in, taking photos was forbidden.  A lot of these bakeries don’t have an online presence so perhaps its a way to fight off the competition,

Croatia: Local Beers

Right from night one in Croatia, I was curious with what locals turned to if they wanted a beer.  While travelling across the country there were brands that I would see everywhere like Ozujsko, Pan, Karlovacko and Union.  I gathered

Plitvice Lakes National Park: Plitvice Miric Inn

If you were to ask me what my most memorable meal was in Croatia, it would be this one.  After what seemed like hours (it really only took 90 minutes) of driving through dense forests and windy roads we finally

Pula: Sunday Market

Early Sunday morning after exploring the beautiful Roman Amphitheatre, we stumbled upon a market located just outside the entrance to the amphitheatre and you know me, I had to check it out.  Well, it was a total score!  We discovered

Croatia: Karlic Tartufi

One of the most memorable experiences of my trip to Croatia was my visit to Karlic Tartufi in the town of Paladini, in the northern region of Istria, Croatia (Thanks to my friend S who visited Karlic Tartufi last year).