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Tennessee

Tennessee honeymoon

Back in 2015, Matic had to go to the USA on business. He was asked to take a 5-week course in Knoxville, Tennessee. He wanted me to join him and since I was working as an online translator at the time, I was able to do so. In September we packed our bags and flew to Miami, Florida. There, we rented a car and drove to Knoxville. We rented a long stay hotel apartment with a private bathroom and a kitchen which became our new home for the next five weeks. Matic attended the course every weekday from 9 to 5. I used the time...

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Rovinj

Rovinj honeymoon

This year, we decided to spend our spring break with friends in Rovinj, a stunning Mediterranean town in Croatia. :) Rovinj is located on the western coast of the Istrian peninsula, 70 km from the Slovenian border and 270 km from our hometown. It is known for its rich history, breathtaking medieval architecture, great food, and the romantic Mediterranean vibe. Rovinj Archipelago includes 22 islets featuring numerous lovely beaches, forests, and fishing areas. The city center lies on a peninsula, which was originally an island. It offers many amazing sights, including the marina, the Church of St. Euphemia, and various renowned museums. In our opinion, Rovinj...

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All you need to know before visiting Croatia

Rabac Croatia sea view

Budget Croatia is still considered as one of the most affordable summer destinations in Europe. However, in the most popular tourist destinations bargains are hard to find. Choosing a less touristy destination could save you a lot of money. • Prices for private rooms start at 22 USD (18 EUR) near Plitvice Lakes National Park and in Split, 25 USD (20 EUR) in Zagreb, and 30 USD (24.4 EUR) in Dubrovnik. • Food prices are generally reasonable. Prices for a budget dinner start at around 6 USD (5 EUR) in Zagreb and 10 USD (8 EUR) in Dubrovnik. Street food and fast food...

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Plitvice Lakes National Park

Plitvice lakes Croatia honeymoon

Croatia is a wonderful country known mostly for its breathtaking Mediterranean coastline, charming medieval cities like Dubrovnik and Zagreb, and over a thousand amazing islands. However, one of Croatia's biggest attractions is indisputably Plitvice Lakes National Park. ♥ Plitvice Lakes National Park is the largest national park in Croatia and a part of UNESCO's World Heritage List. The national park is located in the mountainous karst area of central Croatia. It's famous for its many lakes and cascades of a distinctive emerald color, and the abundance of flora and fauna. The park features 16 larger and several smaller unnamed lakes. The lakes are divided into 12 Upper Lakes (Gornja jezera)...

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USA West Coast – once again

Hollywood honeymoon

In the summer of 2016, we decided to go back to Los Angeles. We wanted to stay there for at least a month to feel the city's vibe and to get a better idea of what life in L.A. really looks like. This time around we took my brother with us - he had just turned 21 and wanted to party. :) We bought our flight ticket, rented an Airbnb, and off we went. :) Los Angeles We were staying in East Hollywood, near Santa Monica Blvd and just a few blocks away from Hollywood Forever Cemetery, one of the oldest cemeteries in Los...

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Minimundus and Wörthersee

Minimundus Austria

Our beautiful home country Slovenia borders Croatia, Hungary, Italy, and Austria. That's why whenever we feel like taking a trip, we can take a one-day getaway to either of these countries. Pretty cool, right? :) After all, it takes us less than three hours to get to one of the most romantic cities in the world - Venice. ♥ Well, this time we decided to visit Minimundus and Wörthersee lake, located near Klagenfurt in Carinthia, Austria, at less than 200 km from our hometown. Minimundus Minimundus, the miniature world at Wörthersee, is a park displaying 156 models of the most beautiful buildings and attractions from...

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All you need to know before visiting Zanzibar

Zanzibar beach info

Budget Zanzibar is one of the most affordable island destinations in Africa. There is only one ATM in Zanzibar - it's located in Stone Town. The ATM daily limit is usually 400.000 TSH (178.5 USD/145.9 EUR). A 5-15% credit card surcharge applies when paying by credit card. In Tanzania, they do not accept pre-2006 US dollars. Read more about the budget in Tanzania. • Accommodation prices range from relatively cheap to very expensive. Prices for private rooms start at 20 USD (16 EUR). • Food prices are cheap. Prices for a budget dinner vary from 3 USD (2.5 EUR) to 7 USD (5.7...

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Zanzibar itinerary

Zanzibar honeymoon

Zanzibar is a semi-autonomous region of Tanzania. It consists of several islands, located in the Indian ocean. The largest island - Unguja is also referred to as Zanzibar Island. Zanzibar is known for its production of spices, raffia palms, and stunning nature. The islands attract thousands of tourist every year with their rich flora and fauna, paradise beaches, water sports, like dhow cruising, snorkeling, and scuba diving, cultural sites, wildlife tours, and spice tours. Zanzibar is a tropical paradise and a great travel destination for adventurers as well as honeymooners. Our seven-day Zanzibar honeymoon itinerary (things to see and things to...

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All you need to know before visiting Tanzania

Serengeti camping area

Budget Tanzania is a relatively cheap destination. Safaris and Kilimanjaro expeditions, however, are pretty expensive. ATMs are only located in major cities like Dar es Salaam, Moshi, and Arusha. The ATM usage fee is around 10 USD (8 EUR). The ATM daily limit is usually 400.000 TSH (178.5 USD/145.9 EUR). Most ATMs accept Visa cards, MasterCard is not as widely accepted. Barclays's ATMs are very reliable, so are Forex exchange offices. After withdrawing money, always make sure to count the money and take the receipt. A 5-15% credit card surcharge applies when paying by credit card. In Tanzania, they do not...

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