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Via Dinarica: Touring Around Trebinje and Ljubinje, Bosnia & Herzegovina

Coming in just a couple dozen kilometers shy of full circle from where I began my journey in Dubrovnik, Trebinje was my final destination along the Via Dinarica Blue Trail where […]

Via Dinarica: Exploring Ravno, Neum, and the Beaches of Bosnia & Herzegovina

Perhaps one of Europe’s biggest secrets that I couldn’t quite wrap my head around until I actually went and explored it in the flesh sand, is that Bosnia & Herzegovina […]

Via Dinarica: From Dubrovnik to the Elaphiti Islands, Croatia

In my never-ending quest to discover the best of Dubrovnik and find just as much to do outside of the Old Town as within, I recently headed back to Croatia to […]

Via Dinarica: Rafting the Neretva and Tito’s Secret Bunker in Konjic, Bosnia & Herzegovina

Konjic is a small town in Bosnia & Herzegovina that I had probably passed by without looking twice at least a dozen times in my life driving between Sarajevo and […]

Via Dinarica: Plitvice Lakes, Biokovo, Mosor & Krka National Park, Croatia

It’s a lot, trying to lay out my entire Via Dinarica experience through Croatia. But I’m doing it. Whether it looks like it or not, we actually covered quite a bit […]

Via Dinarica: Bosansko Grahovo to Bihac and Una National Park, Bosnia & Herzegovina

The last portion of my Via Dinarica journey through Bosnia and Herzegovina was an interesting and enlightening one. Staying with Stana in Bosansko Grahovo After our action packed day in […]

Via Dinarica: Prokosko Lake and Vranica Mountain to Bugojno, Bosnia & Herzegovina

Moving right along on the Via Dinarica White Trail… Spending the night on Prokosko Lake From the source of the Vrbas River we headed straight to Prokosko Lake on Vranica […]

Via Dinarica: Cvrsnica Mountain to Vrbas Valley in Bosnia & Herzegovina

Just to catch you up to speed, in case you haven’t read the news, I am currently hiking/trekking/rock climbing/bicycling/rafting/driving/walking Via Dinarica which is a proposed mega trail extending from Albania […]

The Blonde Gypsy is Walking Via Dinarica!

If there’s one thing I’ve learned over the past few years as a vagablonde, it’s that life really does work in mysterious ways. Mysterious ways that always lead you to […]

Some Good News, Some Bad News, and the Journey to Valbona, Northern Albania

A journey to Valbona in Northern Albania was something that was high on my list to do since I first learned about Quku i Valbonës and the magnanimous Catherine and her […]

The Blonde Gypsy…MOVED TO THE BALKANS!

There has been a sort of standstill around these parts as well as in The Blonde Gypsy social media world over the past six months if you’ve been following any […]

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 Published Travel Articles Lonely Planet | Promising Pristina: what not to miss in Europe’s youngest capital Lonely Planet | Five reasons to visit Prizren, Kosovo’s cultural capital Lonely Planet | Skopje […]

Rakija & Primeval Forests for Breakfast in Sutjeska National Park, Bosnia & Herzegovina

As I stepped back into the roadside restaurant after making a call, my tired eyes desperately scanned the table for the coffee I had ordered the moment we arrived. Thank […]

101 Ways to See Dalmatia, Croatia

Ah, travel. My one true love. At least for now, while I wait for the one who will ultimately be cool having frequent threesomes with the two of us for […]

The Blonde Gypsy is Kicking It in Kiev!

If you had told me 54 days ago that I’d be sitting in Kiev, Ukraine this week with some my best friends in the entire world fresh off of a […]

The Blonde Gypsy and Yomadic Are Hitting the Road – Sarajevo to Tbilisi

This is quite possibly the most insane idea I’ve ever had. That’s right. Today marks the beginning of what just may be the most epic road trip of my life […]

On the Wine Trail in Central Macedonia: Popova Kula, Demir Kapija & Stobi

Road tripping around the Balkans has become one of my all-time favorite things to do in life so after surviving the streets of Kosovo, Albania, and Montenegro, I decided it […]

A Beginner’s Guide to the Dalmatian Coast

With over a thousand islands and 1,800 kilometers of coastline along the entire country, exploring Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast which comprises about half of it can seem a tad overwhelming upon […]

The Blonde Gypsy is Going Party Yachting in Croatia!

Oh, life. Just when I thought the summer couldn’t get any better you send me one more invitation too good to be true to put my travel/party skills to use… […]

Lunching in Lukomir – Bosnia’s Highest & Most Isolated Mountain Village?

Lukomir, Lukomir…what to say about Lukomir. First let me start by introducing this little mountaintop dwelling properly. It’s about an hour and a half from Sarajevo on Bjelasnica Mountain and […]