Enjoying a day in Trogir Croatia Just a short drive and pleasant drive from the large port city of Split, Croatia is the small island of Trogir which is practically situated next to the mainland. Originally A very colorful city with a historic past, Trogir is a Unesco World Heritage site and a very […]
Unesco World Heritage sites are specific sites of historical and architectural value or ancient remains that have significant cultural, historic and national importance to an individual country that preserves its unique features and important role of a heritage site.
Welcome to Travel Photo Mondays It’s Monday morning, time to enjoy some gorgeous travel photography and inspiration from around the world. Let’s banish those Monday blues by sharing gorgeous imagery and story telling. You can also check us out on Twitter for Travel Photo Mondays at #tpMondays for more updates and submissions for the day. […]
Split – a free city tour of the Diocletian Palace It’s already 10am and I am impatiently waiting in the main square of the Diocletian palace for our free guide and tour to start, but nowhere to be seen. This is the first time I’ve signed up for one of those popular free […]
Split, Croatia – the most photo worthy spots to visit It seems like every where you turn in Split, Croatia is a photo worthy moment that you can capture on your visit there. Be careful though, before you know it, you’ll have a ton of pictures to sort through in capturing the best of the best. […]
Travel bloggers share their favorite Unesco, historic monuments and architectural wonders There are so many truly amazing places to visit throughout the world with spectacular and historic monuments and Unesco World Heritage sites. When I ask this question to a few fellow of travel bloggers what their favorite sites are to visit, I received […]
Visiting a Gassho-Zukuri, Travel Photo Mondays It’s Monday morning, time to enjoy some gorgeous travel photography and inspiration from around the world. Let’s banish those Monday blues by sharing gorgeous imagery and story telling. Visiting a Gassho-Zukuri I’m going to take you back to Shirikawago in the Japanese Alps to go inside […]
Visiting Nijo Castle in Kyoto, Japan Touring the grounds of Nijo Castle Today I’m taking you on a tour of Nijo Castle in Kyoto is centrally located in the city and was built 1626 for the current Shogun of Japan. Even though Edo (Tokyo) was the capital, Kyoto and this castle was the home of the imperial family and shogun […]