As you can see from my previous post on Croatia, the Balkans was a new discovery for me this summer. Perhaps because of a personal connection, I found that the first part of our trip was far more educational and historical.
Croatia – Dubrovnik and Mljet
The first two things people said to me when I told them I was off to Croatia were that I would be hot, and that it would be expensive. Having little experience of that area of Europe, my expectations were limited. There’s nothing better than picking up a book or going to a film that you’ve read or heard absolutely nothing about, and then being swept away by it when you get going. For me, this was Croatia.
WordPress Theme: Rosalie
Greetings, fellow bloggers! I’m Sarah and am absolutely delighted to be a guest blogger on here, thanks to Mohamad for his invitation, I do hope you’ll find the post useful. I’ve had my blog since 2012, but haven’t always given it a lot of time and attention. Recently, I decided to take the plunge and upgrade to a Premium account on wordpress.com, so I had a wider choice of themes, could monetise my site if the need arose, and all of the other benefits that come with just a few pounds a month.