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sunshine is back #Dubrovnik photo by @SJGHistoryHiker pic.twitter.com/HeygZGw1mD — ExperienceDubrovnik (@DubrovnikTB) August 22, 2014

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Split, Croatia is a beautiful and historic city that has been on my must see list for years.  I was nine weeks into my Balkan journey when I arrived in Split. I was tired, in pain from the nasty spill I took in Lokrum, and I was also meeting a few friends in both cities.  My instincts told me to put down the camera, enjoy the cities, and catch up with old… Read More

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Lokrum Island is short 10 minute boat ride from the Old Town of Dubrovnik.  The boats leave from the Old City Harbor several times a day, however I recommend getting there early so you can have enough time to see the entire island.  The island is a UNESCO protected forestry reserve that has a mysterious past.  Legend has it that King Richard the Lion Heart was a castaway on the island after… Read More

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Please read Part One of Photography Assignment:  Dubrovnik prior to reading Part Two.   Every morning I set out guided by two awesome maps the tourist office provided me when I arrived.  I knew I needed to see the City Walls so I decided to do that first.  After my early morning shoot, I made my way back to my hostel where I put away my tripod and other gear that I… Read More

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Visiting Dubrovnik, Croatia during the summer months is not pleasant for the experienced nomad.  The city is crowded, the heat is unbearable, and the prices are high.  However, the city provides so much in return that the crowds, the heat, and the prices can easily be forgotten.  There is a reason why Dubrovnik is called “The Pearl of the Adriatic.”  After a few minutes of walking around this beautiful city, you will soon… Read More

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