7 highlights from our 32 day motorcycle tour through the Balkans. We traveled from Italy thru Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo, Albania, Macedonia and ended in Switzerland.
Lost passports are an international traveler’s worst nightmare. It happened to us…here’s what we did.
World Famous Mosaics of Heraclea Lyncestis in Bitola There are some places you read about that you just never think you’ll see in your lifetime. Some that are really cool but seem so far out of the way that getting there seems like a daunting task. That’s the way we[…]
Balkan Mountain Passes As we left the beautiful mountain riding of Montenegro, we headed out for…more mountain riding! The Balkan mountain passes in Kosovo, Macedonia, and Albania were a wonderful surprise. Most the roads were in excellent condition. For a good part of the riding it was just smooth sailing[…]
Durmitor National Park has some incredible raw beauty and an amazing landscape.
We found a few great things to do in Kotor and along the Bay.
The Balkan Motorbike Tour Continues On the fourth week of our Balkan Motorbike Tour through the Balkan Peninsula, we spent time touring two amazing but vastly different cities, Mostar along the Neretva River in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Dubrovnik along the coast of Croatia. Both were incredibly beautiful and enchanting, each in[…]
While the Old Town of Dubrovnik is special and incredibly inviting, the Dubrovnik City Walls that encircle this treasure are not to be missed. History of the Dubrovnik City Walls The Dubrovnik City Walls are nearly one and a quarter miles long and encircle most of the Dubrovnik Old Town.[…]
While in Dubrovnik we found some great places to eat, and more excellent pizza in Croatia. Two places really stood out, the Pirate’s Booty candy store for kids and the young at heart, and Lady Pi Pi with a very adult themed mascot statue. Eating in Dubrovnik is a special[…]
The beautiful walled city of Dubrovnik, very near the southern tip of Croatia, is a magical city with a lot to see packed in its tiny area.