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.
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.
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.