The Croatian Region Dalmatia-Dubrovnik

Posted on 12/13/2011 04:56:39 AM

The next step of my Croatian voyage is arguably the most prominent. Perhaps the most prominent city in Croatia is the city of Dubrovnik. It is the centre of the tourist region Dalmatia-Dubrovnik and also one of the well-preserved Medieval and Renaissance cities of the Adriatic.   Dubrovnik is the ...

Croatia: Dalmatia-Split Region

Posted on 12/12/2011 03:23:10 AM

The Croatian tourist region Dalmatia-Split features the coastal city of Split, the second largest city in the country, which is well-known for its unique Roman heritage. Part of this heritage is the Diocletian's Palace, which is a UNESCO site. The city was built around the palace and the Split Cathedral ...

The Croatian Region Kvarner&Highlands;

Posted on 12/05/2011 03:28:23 AM

The Croatian region of Kvarner&Highlands is one of the eight distinct tourist regions in the country. One of the most varying regions, the entire Kvarner gulf provides striking sceneries, with tall mountains right next to the sea, overlooking a dozen large islands. Tourist resorts range from the ...

The Region of Dalmatia-Zadar

Posted on 12/01/2011 06:06:24 AM

The region of Dalmatia-Zadar in Croatia has the reputation of a yachting paradise. It is one of the eight distinct tourist regions in the country. The tourism in Croatia is very well developed and many of the landmarks there are familiar to an increasing number of foreign visitors.   Since we call ...

The Region of Istria in Croatia

Posted on 11/29/2011 03:18:37 AM

Croatia is ranked as the 18th most popular tourist destination in the world and there is a clear reason for this. The country boasts unpolluted sea nature reflected through numerous nature reserves and 116 Blue Flag beaches, cultural tourism relying on appeal of medieval coastal cities and numerous ...

The Argentinian Salt Debacle

Posted on 10/26/2011 10:17:22 PM

First off, let me apologize for the terrible delay in my blog posts.  Just last Friday, I was all excited to continue what was supposed to be a consistent Monday-Wednesday-Friday posting schedule, when BAM! No internet.  The router wasn't working for some reason, and it took a while to ...

Israeli Facts

Posted on 10/23/2011 06:07:25 PM

Do you have a map in your home? When was the last time when you tried to find a country there? If that was long time ago, I will recommend to you to blow the dust over your atlas and look at it well, because there you can find amazing info and facts. You can test your knowledge about the world and all ...

Bangladesh - a Hidden Gem

Posted on 10/18/2011 05:52:31 AM

When you want to travel and you are tired of all the well known destinations like the Caribbean Islands, Hawaii, Turkey and Egypt, you may need to look east. Many people forget about all the interesting things and places that can be seen there. Do not forget that Asia is one of the cradles of the human ...

COMING HOME

Posted on 09/02/2011 01:38:42 PM

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Londontown burning down

Posted on 08/16/2011 07:52:40 AM

London Tale: Londontown burning down   This week's musing already had a name: All is quiet on the London front. It was to relate the general calm that reigns in all European cities as August draws to an end. The image of my neighbors’ mail gently piling up hinted to the fact that they had ...



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