A photo essay describing the different sights of Croatia's 2nd-largest city, Split, and the nearby island of Šolta. To view properly, click the first photo, and then click through the photos as you read the short captions.
Živeli: Croatian or Serbian meaning something like 'live long' or 'let's live', used for 'cheers'. It's 1AM before I finally kick off my boots and peel off my socks. They are damp with the late night rain, and sweat from almost 24 hours of traveling, walking and dancing. The damp comes as no surprise. The … Continue reading Živeli, Croatia
Winter holiday en brief. I traveled by bus, airplane, train, ferry, car, taxi, and my own two feet. I took my one backpack, along with a small tote for my hula hoop, because how could I leave that at home? I had a stellar time with friends, colleagues, and fellow travelers along the way. I … Continue reading Winter Wanderings
While touring in Tunis for the day, I stumbled upon a demonstration outside the Ministry of the Interior. After getting lost in the medina's many souks this morning for over an hour, I missed a meet-up with an individual I have been corresponding with on Couchsurfing. Although I probably missed out on a great chance … Continue reading Accidental Journalism