I had wanted to visit Croatia for the past few years. I had an idea that it would be a favourite country of mine but I hadn’t realized that I would fall in love with it. I visit for a week in total. My trip start as I walked off the ferry from Bari, Italy in Dubrovnik. I had meant to travel to other parts of the country as well but I just ended up spending the whole time in Dubrovnik. I hung out, I made new friends, I got a tan, I ate delicious food, I took some video, lots of photographs and of course I instagramed up a storm.
Here is a selection of my favourite instagrams from my trip to Dubrovnik, Croatia.
Stepping off the ferry from Bari, Italy in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
My first view of Dubrovnik, Croatia off of the ferry from Italy.
Risotto Orlando – Black risotto with prawns and Dalmation spices.
Tasty prawns at a seafood restaurant in Dubrovnik.
A day at the beach at the East West beach club just a 5 minute walk from the Ploče Gate in Dubrovnik.
My wonderful room at the Fresh Sheets Bed & Breakfast in the Old Town of Dubrovnik, Croatia.
Dubrovnik was full of pizza places and everywhere I went it was really quite tasty.
A quiet alleyway with laundry drying in the wind in the Old Town of Dubrovnik, Croatia.
A view of Old Town Dubrovnik from on top of the surrounding city walls.
Outside the city walls the Adriatic Sea splashes up on the seawall on a sunny day in June.
The view from the top of the mountain overlooking Dubrovnik and Lokrum Island.
Dubrovnik was also full of delicious gelaterias. Mmmm
A french bulldog looks down an alleyway in Old Town Dubrovnik.
The view from a bridge entering Ploče Gate into the Old Town of Dubrovnik.
They sold beer in 2L plastic bottles and it was actually really quite good!
Each guests that arrives at the Fresh Sheets hostel gets a tasty welcome drink. Yum!
Conductor Noorman Widjaja conducts the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra in Dubrovnik, Croatia at the Rector’s Palace Atrium.
The view from my room in the Fresh Sheets Bed & Breakfast in Old Town Dubrovnik.
A fort in Dubrovnik often used as a filming location for the Game of Thrones.
An interesting sign in a window-shop in Old Town Dubrovnik. No ice cream and no hot girls? No bathing suits? No underwear?
I loved my time in Dubrovnik so much and I can’t wait to go back. Hopefully these photos has helped you fall in love with it just a little bit as well.