Tag: Hvar

Fishing and Fishermen’s Talk

Fishing and Fishermen’s Talk (Croatian: Ribanje i ribarsko prigovaranje) is the most important literary work of Croatian Renaissance poet Petar Hektorović, finished on January 14, 1566. Ribanje is a pastoral and philosophic narrative poem in three parts in which Hektorović … Continue reading

Still Water

For a week we sailed a catamaran off the Dalmation coast. The sea was absolutely beautiful, mostly calm. The islands were beautiful and the people of Croatia were incredible—helpful, kind, earthy, memorable. The food was amazing. Inspired by our adventure, … Continue reading

The Dalmatian Coast – the Czech summer playground

Food, drink, language, culture… these are all things that one adopts when they move to a foreign country. So when it comes to holidaying, why should it be any different! With the Czech Republic located right in the middle of … Continue reading

Catamaran between Korcula and Dubrovnik

I visited the islands of Korcula and Hvar. The journey started in Pescara where I took an expensive ferry to Stari Grad. Ferries like these are more expensive than airplains. Both Hvar and Korcula are breathtakingly beautiful. In the future … Continue reading

Taking it eeeeeaaaaaaasy….

I’m Croatian, but I never have enough of this country, especially when it comes to summer holidays…the only time I recharge my batteries after a year’s work which leaves me exhausted, drained. My favorite place in the whole white world … Continue reading

Hvar, Vis, Korcula

Nah, I don’t think they’re laid back. I mean, with more than 1,200 islands to visit, who can afford to be? My girlfriend and I have been island hopping in Croatia three times now and we can only remember the … Continue reading