Croatia - ja ne pričam hrvatski

Hey guys,

There’s so much I could write, but I’m not ready to write it yet. I have spent quite some time now in Croatia. It’s a fucking beautiful country. This entry will purely be photographs of the beautiful Croatia. Along with a badass song for accompaniment.


The harbor in Split.

Down a dark alleyway near the center of Split.

An open-air salsa dance in the center of Split.

The beach in Split.

Train tracks leading towards the center of Split.

Sunset in Split.

The entrance to a house in Rijeka.

Sunset along the Adriatic coast.

A river in Krka national park.

An interesting moment, caught on a monument outside Zagreb Cathedral.

Inside Zagreb Cathedral.

Zagreb “Uptown”.

Link to the album

Tomorrow I plan to head back down to the coast and then take a ferry to Italy, and then travel up through the Italian countryside. I will write more soon, but I wanted to share these photos because there’s so much amazing stuff I’ve seen in this country. It’s definitely been one of my favorites. More soon.

Back on the road,

September 17 2011
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