Bosnia, Croatia, Europe, Inspiration, Italy, Slovenia

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I’ve never been the luckiest traveler out there, and the first time I backpacked alone was also the time I realized my travels would never be as easy as other travel bloggers paint it to be. During my travels, until last year, I had twisted ankles, lost buses and trains, gotten ripped-off, had my bank cancelling a card with all my money, had my credit card and ID stolen at a party hostel, had almost slept in the streets and so on. Life had not been easy. Still, this time around I thought maybe all the bad stuff happened because I was a newbie at the traveling thing. This time I knew what to expect and everything was going to be smooth, right? WRONG!

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Croatia, Europe

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You know how my travels are never, ever, smooth, and travelling to Croatia was no different. I started my morning by waking up at 6am in Ljubljana, walking almost an hour to the bus station with too much luggage on my back, only to almost miss the bus to Zagreb, because I couldn’t find the platform and for those ten minutes no one seemed to speak English. I cried. Five minutes later I was on my way to Croatia and all was good. At least for the next two hours.

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Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Europe, Germany, Hungary, Inspiration, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia

Last year I quit my job, bought a one way ticket to Rome and went backpacking Europe alone for three months. Before going everyone’s question was about whether I was scared and why I was doing it. After returning alive, for the surprise of many, the big question was “how much did you spend?”, to which my response would be the shock to all who were curious: 2000€
Croatia, Europe

ZAGREB & PLITVICE LAKES » 6-9 March (3 nights)

Oh, Croatia…how could you be the best and the worst of my trip! First of all, thank you for teaching me that I can beat the ass of my loneliness, and second, thank you for giving me my own perfect Winter Paradise and totally winning my heart.

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Croatia, Europe

I was not suppose to go to Zagreb. My plans were to get on a train to Vienna, but then I started thinking that I was so close to Croatia, that it didn’t make sense to go up right away. And Plitvice Lakes had been calling me for a while now. And when I went to buy the ticket and it was only 16€ I was like”Hell yes!!”

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