Dubrovnik, Croatia is seen through an ancient wall’s peep hole. The walled city is often referred to as ‘the Pearl of the Adriatic’, and it’s no wonder why, given the city’s commanding views and strategic location. The city’s economy was once based on maritime trade.
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After escaping the hustle and bustle of Kuala Lumpur we were delighted to arrive in comparably sleepy Melaka, a UNESCO World Heritage Site two hours south from Malaysia’s hectic capital city. Melaka was colonized for centuries and the remnants of Portuguese, Dutch, and British occupation are evident in the architecture – most notably the DutchContinue reading “A Mélange of Spirituality, Faces & Culinary Treats in Melaka, Malaysia”