Cape Town, South Africa November 2 – 6, 2014 After 20 days of camping through east Africa, we were looking forward to staying put in one place for a few days, sleeping in, and enjoying some comfort food. I had been craving a big greasy burger and fries and Jessica was looking for the best gluten-free pizza. Plus, we would be in Cape Town, one of the most stunning cities on the… Read More
Are you still trying to decide where to go to watch the NYE fireworks display in Sydney? Read below to see how we did it last year with front-row seats, right on the harbour, for FREE!
Makarska, Croatia – September 23 – October 1, 2014 After leaving the tourist mecca that is Dubrovnik, we were looking for something low-key, budget-friendly and warm-weathery. Turns out Makarska was the right choice as the tourist season was just about over, our apartment cost $30/night and it was sunny and 25 degrees.
Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina – October 1 – 2, 2014 A short drive from Makarska and a common day trip destination from Dubrovnik and the Croatian coast, sits Mostar. Mostar is a small and extremely picturesque town that was nearly completely destroyed during the Bosnian war from ’92-’95 and has slowly been restored over the years.
Bled, Slovenia – September 15 – 17, 2014 Even though we spent two full days there, we still aren’t sure if Bled is a real place. It was like we spent two days living in a fairy tale. It felt like we were the only people in town, it was that quiet and peaceful. Bled is a tourist destination but only by Slovenian standards.
Rough landing We boarded a bus in Zagreb for Pula, a four hour bus ride.
Vis, Croatia – September 8-13 As you likely know by now, we are currently travelling through Croatia. And by traveling, I mean visiting every nook and cranny from north to south, east to west.