For the last 30 years, Dom za Ovisnike Zajednica Susret has been successfully rehabilitating men suffering from substance abuse and addictive behaviours. Surrounded by nothing but nature in Croatia’s Slavonia region, members of IWCZ visited the house that is home to 30 men at a time who have taken two years off from modern society as we know it to…View Post
Compared to Split and Zagreb, Zadar’s gastro scene is still very under developed leaving many unexplored opportunities. When I first moved to Zadar last May, I noticed that there weren’t any Japanese restaurants and sushi was nowhere to be found, except for a random pop up at Hotel Bastion mid summer. When a couple of months back it was announced…View Post
If you’ve been to Barcelona you’ve undoubtably come across Gaudi’s work. His individual and distinctive style can be found all over the city and he is the face of Catalan modernism. With good reason, millions of people flock to Barcelona from all over the world to experience the imagination of an architect proclaimed either a ‘fool or genius’ by the…View Post
Part of the allure that brings people to Barcelona apart from the food and football is the city’s rich history and culture. It comes to no surprise that Antoni Gaudi is one of the most celebrated architects the world has ever known and his refined, unique architectural style can be witnessed all over the city of Barcelona. In my previous visits to Barcelona, I have experienced Gaudi’s typical ‘Art Nouveau’ vision at La Sagrada Familia, Park Güell and Casa Milà ‘La Pedrera’. There was one Gaudi masterpiece I still hadn’t experienced and that was Casa Batlló.
Since Japanese cuisine is “on trend,” in Zagreb, there are several places where you can get sushi. For a more casual sushi experience, Ginger Sushi is perfect and well priced. However, if you’d like to dress up and pretend you’re going to Nobu in London for the night, Takenoko, Time and Khala are the places to go in Zagreb. Takenoko is…View Post