I am in Dubrovnik

Step into Dubrovnik’s medieval city and you will have stepped into another world. Enclosed within massive stone walls and surrounded by the turquoise Adriatic sea, its light coloured walls, narrow alleys, unexpected turns and ancient structures scream medieval. Its a beautiful, beautiful city. However, it took me a while to …

Beach hopping in Vis

Unspoiled landscape, calm waters, a deep azure colour and plenty of solitude sum up Vis’ beaches. Beaches here aren’t huge what with the small area of the island, but they are plentiful. There are so many nooks and hidden coves that finding your own lone spot is quite easy. Some …

Ducking for Blue Cave

Blue cave is named as such for a cave on Bisevo island which glows blue during specific times. It is easily visited via a lovely forty minute boat ride from Vis island. Boats to Bisevo depart from port of┬áKomiza which lies on the west side of Vis. There are fixed …

Seafood delights in Vis

Seafood is a must in any island destination and Vis is no exception. It shouldn’t be as Vis after all used to be a fishing town mostly in earlier centuries. My first stop in Croatia was Dubrovnik and because of a very significant Italian influence on Dubrovnik’s cuisine, I was …

New found love: The Adriatic

Croatia was a revelation. That one country has such diversity of well preserved historical cities, national parks, beautiful countryside and postcard worthy islands is almost unbelievable. Up front I will admit that the only reason I wanted to go there was Dubrovnik. Specifically, Game of Thrones. That’s it. The other …