I don’t know what I was expecting…but it wasn’t a city that looked like it had stepped out of a fairytale.
“Lick the walls,” Our guide instructed.
We looked at each other apprehensively. Was she having us on? Should we play the part of dumb tourists?
We licked them. They were salty. Obviously.
Continue reading “Wieliczka Salt Mine, Poland”
Krka National Park in Croatia is a not-so-hidden gem that you should definitely visit. Continue reading “Krka National Park – Worth the visit!”
For the past two months, I’ve been gradually making my way through four countries in the South of Europe: Croatia, Italy, Spain and Portugal.
Because I’ve clearly been having too much fun, I’m going to write about what route I took , and then in coming posts I’ll write about the twenty-four places (OMG!) themselves and do another blog on where I stayed in each place.
Continue reading “Two months of Europe in Summer”
Whilst there may not be that much to do in Rovinj compared to other towns in Croatia, I can’t deny that it has a LOT of charm. Continue reading “Rovinj’s hidden gems”
Brussels is one of the most scenic cities that I’ve come across so far. The architecture is unique and individual and gardens and parks across the city are interspersed, providing splashes of colour to the otherwise stone city. Continue reading “Brussels can’t be beat!”