Croatia

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Stay connected with unlimited data in Europe

Regardless of how expensive data plans are in Canada we can't not have them, even if it means a measly 4GB a month.  Don't even get me started on roaming charges! We usually bum WiFi off restaurants and hotel lobbies when we're traveling but Mickey D's and Starbucks aren't always ...
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Roadtrippin’ in the Balkans with NOVA Rent a Car

We celebrated our honeymoon on a few Greek islands and with a road trip through Croatia. Finding a reliable car rental company in the Balkans was not an easy feat. We have no problems with big names in North America but we came across many, many negative reviews of the same ...
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Kollecting Koordinates - Dubrovnik

9 Must-Do’s in Dubrovnik, Croatia

Coined the Pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik has easily topped the list as one of our favourite cities. The walls in the Old City are in such pristine condition that it's hard to believe this place is real. After a long week of driving down Croatia from Zagreb through BiH, ...
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Why Split isn’t for me

Last week I wrote about unexpectedly falling in love with Zadar. This week I'm writing about the exact opposite experience. All the blogs and articles I've read spoke very highly of Split. We went into Split with high expectations; however, this other Croatian town along the Adriatic coast just isn't for ...
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5 Things I love about Zadar

Have you ever visited a place with little to no expectations but you end up falling in love with it? That's exactly how we feel about Zadar. Zadar wasn't in our original plan; we only stopped there because we didn't want to drive all the way from Plitvice Lakes National ...
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Kollecting Koordinates - Plitvice Lakes

Plitvice Lakes National Park

Croatia’s largest national park is also one of the oldest national parks in Southeast Europe. Whenever I see photography of Plitvice Lakes, I think to myself: “Okay this has GOT to be photoshopped. There’s no way a place can actually look like that in real life.” Boy, was I wrong! ...
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