For those of us in our twenties, we’re at that age.
The settling age.
Where we find the tick-tock of reality consistently smacking us in the face.
ANOTHER wedding attended, another baby scan ‘liked’, another promotion congratulated, another mortgage plan discussed…
Our final stop in Croatia was the amazing ancient walled city of Dubrovnik.
Essentially a castle/fort that looks out to sea from the South of Croatia, it is one of the country’s biggest tourist attractions, and its easy to see why.
Korcula, a small island that makes up one of Croatia’s 1100, is a stunner.
Its tiny cobbled streets, history, climate, scenery and beautiful views out to sea all make it very unique, and one of my favorite places so far!
So here it is, the final week in Croatia. After two and a half months of loving life in this beautiful country, it would soon be time to move on!
We went out with a bang… and here’s part one, Split and Hvar…
Its been a very long ten weeks, in hot hot weather, with loud loud children, and whilst I am sad to say goodbye to friends, I am so stoked to get on the road!
So whilst I sit dying from sleep deprivation in Split (we partied till 5am and then got on a 5 30am bus), I am also concocting travel plans in my head. I seem to constantly have my nose stuck into my Lonely Planet at the mo, and I literally want to see it all.
You jump on a plane and go miles away from home to a foreign land, to work with different people from all over the world, and yet, some things never change.