Hey everyone! It’s been a while since I last posted. Some of you might have seen on Twitter that I’ve been having some problems with my computer/browsers/Wordpress (I’m still none the wiser at the time of writing!) so I haven’t been able to draft posts or upload pictures, or do much at all really. Which is really frustrating when you plan a day of writing and scheduling posts…anyway…
In July, Chris and I jetted off to the wonderful Dalamtian Coast in Croatia to enjoy our long-awaited holiday in the town of Split. I’ve been to Croatia before and was SO excited for Chris to see it and fall in love with it the same way I did (he did). Today I thought I’d share some of the snaps I took while there, so that you can see just how beautiful a place Croatia is. I recently guest posted for Danni on Gingerbread Smiles about Croatia, so if you fancy having a nosey at why I think Croatia is the best holiday destination (it includes Game of Thrones…) then head on over there.
I don’t want to write you a long post on what we did as the pictures speak for themselves (plus, technology problems), so here follows some pictures from my camera. I think I’ll probably do my Iphone pictures separately (thanks, technology).
There were cats everywhere, and we even discovered some tiny little kittens. The locals feed and looks after the little critters but they live outside. Perfect cat-lady holiday destination.
Hajduk is the football club of Split and their badge is emblazoned everywhere in the town. This was some particularly artsy graffiti which we loved.
This white cross was atop a mountain we climbed (for no apparent reason, Chris got us lost).
Written on the post of a cafe on top of previously mentioned mountain. The views were incredible. Apt quote.
The statue of Grgur Ninski is huge! It’s said that if you rub his left foot, you will get good luck.
Some architecture of Diocletian’s Palace.
Split’s harbour is beautiful to walk across both day and night.
Aforementioned mountaintop cafe with stunning views of the town and beyond.
We ate in this traditional ‘konoba’ restaurant. It was so quaint and pretty.
At the top of the Belltower of Diocletian’s Palace.
This hand habitually spouted water into a bowl a few metres away from it.
Santa is from Croatia, dontcha know? We saw this guy all over the place. I had to get a sneaky shot of him.
What do you reckon? Gorgeous, isn’t it?