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Welcome on my blog! I’m a Dutch Law student, in love with photography, salsa and traveling the world.

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• Where I’d rather be... 💙 • | Ugljan, Croatia
• On our full free-day, we planned a trip to Ugljan.. 🌊 This small island is situated in the area of Zadar, and it took us around 2 hours to get there (by foot, ferry, bus & more walking). When we finally reached the beach, I immediately knew it was worth the journey: the views were stunning. 💙Probably the best part was taking a dive into the crystal clear blue water (I’ve never experienced something like this before!). The least good part: the beach turned out to be super rocky and at one moment my sandle decided to break down, which resulted in a very painful walk back.. 😂🙈 • | Ugljan, Croatia
• Croatia has become one of my favorite holiday destinations in Europe.. 💛 Why? ➰The nature is outstanding: crystal clear water, diverse landscapes & even waterfalls.. what’s not to like? 😍 ➰Food is influenced by the Italian cuisine, which results in very interesting dishes (like black risotto!) Also, gelato shops can be found literally everywhere in the bigger cities ☺️ ➰ Prices are very reasonable in comparison to West-European countries! ➰ The country is becoming more popular these days, but it’s not over-crowded in my opinion. There are still plenty of hidden gems & places where you can come at ease 😌 Have you ever been to Croatia? And if so, what’s your favourite place/city? 😊 • | Zadar, Croatia
• Idyllic views... 💙 • | Ugljan, Croatia
• What I probably liked the most about attending a Summer Law School this year is the fact that I had the chance to meet 50 fellow students from 15+ countries all over the European continent. Even tho we all had at least one thing in common (our law-related background), conversations usually resulted in very interesting discussions. It was a pleasure hearing stories & experiences from different viewpoints. Also, many stereotypes were cleared up that week (Nope, A’dam is not only about weed 🧐) // 📸 picture credits to @carolinafigurska, I’ve had a blast exploring the city centre with you! Dziękuję bardzo 💋• | Zadar, Croatia
• 😱💙 (<— my facial expression during basically the entire busride from Zadar to Trogir) • | Primošten, Croatia

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Split, the second-largest city of Croatia, surprised me in many ways. This vibrant, always buzzing city situated on the Dalmatian coastline attracts a big number of tourists every year. The mix between ancient and modern influences make this place so unique. Many people consider Split mainly as a beach/party holiday destination. Whereas in my opinion, the city has got much more to offer. Let’s move on to the pictures!


 

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The old town of the city where Diocletian’s Palace is situated is placed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site, and truly stunning. You can consider it as a labyrinth of streets packed with authentic remaining of the imperial residence, all kinds of restaurants, bars and shops. I had flashbacks to Rome from the moment I walked through the old palace gates and started imagining what life would be like back in the Roman empire era.

 

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Apart from its historic sites, the city owns a beautiful harbor, a shopping centre with all the big brands and ice-cream stalls on almost every corner of the street. Since we stayed in Trogir during our trip in Croatia, we decided to plan a day trip to Split. It was easy to reach by boat: it took about 1 hour to get to the city. Making our way back to Trogir was one of the best experiences: the sun slowly began to set as we were chilling on the boat, which resulted in some incredible views…

 

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Lots of love,

Manisha

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5 comments on “A daytrip to Split

  1. What absolutely gorgeous pictures!

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    1. So kind, thank you!!

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  2. arv! says:

    This surely is a place that can charm anyone…. especially a photographer!

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    1. haha so true, could’ve spent a few
      days there 😉

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