Petite Adventures Month in Review: May 2017

For months, I looked forward to our vacation in Croatia. It would be our reward for hard work, long hours, and for surviving our first British winter. For weeks I longed for it, planned for it and dreamed about it, and now, here we are, already a week into June and almost two weeks since we returned. Can someone please tell me, where has the time gone?!

Oh well, moving on and looking back, our vacation in Croatia was in one word: AMAZING! Continue reading

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Snapshots from Croatia

Snapshots from Croatia [PetiteAdventures.org]

It’s been a mere four days since we got back from our vacation in Croatia, and I can honestly say I’ve spent a good portion of that time sitting, waiting and wishing I could be back there. Those rain clouds and grey skies on Monday certainly did not help.

As it seems that it’ll be a while before I find myself back, dipping a toe in the Adriatic, I’ve spent the past few days living vicariously through the photos we took, remembering the stunning scenery, delicious food, and the wonderful time we had.

Here are a few of my favourite snapshots from Croatia, so we can all live vicariously together. Continue reading

My Travel Bucket List: Split

My Travel Bucket List Split, Croatia [petiteadventures.org]

After spending a couple of days in Zadar, Croatia (click here to read my travel bucket list for Zadar), we’ll be hopping on a bus and heading south to explore the Dalmatian Coast and the city of Split, a city often referred to as The most beautiful city in the world!

Sounds pretty great, right?!

The majority of our time away will be spent in Split, and just like Zadar, I’m beyond excited to explore the city, soak up the sunshine, and so much more. Here is my travel bucket list for Split.

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My Travel Bucket List: Zadar

My Travel Bucket List: Zadar, Croatia [petiteadventures.org]

This week, after far too many days, weeks and months spent NOT exploring, we’re off on an adventure! For the next few days, we’ll be basking in the sun, exploring the land and staring out at the sea in Croatia.

Our first stop is Zadar, a city located on the northern Dalmatian coast. Although the city covers just 25 sq. km, it is home to nearly 76,000, making it the fifth largest city in Croatia. It’s also the oldest continuously inhabited city in Croatia, dating back to the late-Stone Age, and just last year it was voted European Best Destination.

Let’s take a look at what’s in store for our time in Zadar.

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