I’ve just got back from Croatia from a trip in conjunction with The Blogger Programme where I had the best short getaway I’ve had in a long time. I was with the most fantastic group of people in the cutest of locations and  whats more with everything laid on so that I could concentrate  on  getting some good shots  for my instagram (which as we all know is my special love!).


(Suitcase: here)

I met my fellow blogger friends at the airport (AKA as the other talent on the books of The Blogger Programme) and we stocked up on coffee and snacks ready for out flight with Wizzair. I’ve flown with Wizzair once before and each time the service they provide has been second to none. The staff have always been super friendly and boarding has always been super smooth. The flights they provide are also encredibly affordable, flying to so many European cities for cheaper than train fairs across England. I can never quite get my head around how this makes any economic sense but hey who cares  for now  I’m happy to just enjoy the ride!

When I arrived in Croatia I was  greeted by the warmest of weather and of course as a ‘Brit’ I got overly  excited straight away. There wasn’t a cloud in sight and everywhere was full of tall tropical palm trees which put us all in the holiday mode. After that it was a short hours drive to the hotel which gave the chance to see the beautiful Croatian landscape of lakes rivers and mountains – everything so unspoiled and thankfully undeveloped.
During my time in Croatia I stayed at the Admiral Zeton hotel which is a super cute, tranquil, boutique hotel. The interiors are all blue and white which gives it a real seaside vibe and although the was hotel was fully booked while I was there it never felt too busy or stuffy – there was always somewhere to sit in peace, have a coffee, chill out or most importantly take a good pic or two!

As I was only in Croatia for two days I tried to get in as much as possible and as many photo opportunities as I could. It meant for me getting up early with my friend Jamie to start photographing before breakfast (who says bloggers don’t do any work eh?) before the days program of events began. Perhaps the most notable being a trip via boat to Krka Park Waterfalls (courtesy of Trip Adviser) which has got to be  one of the most beautiful places I have ever visited. The water here was a crystal clear blue to match the sky- it really felt as though I had arrived at the  most perfect of perfect summer’s day. As I stepped off the boat at the waterfalls I couldn’t help but feel as though being in a movie with one of the severn wonders of the world as the set – it really was that special.The waterfall was enormous so much bigger and more impressive  than I had been expecting it to be and you really could spend a whole day here. Furthermore it wasn’t just the view that made  it memorable – there were plenty of ice cream stands and places to eat and drink and I had the yummiest Lemon sorbet ever – the perfect accompaniment to  the boiling hot sun. Later on in the day we explored the old town just leisurely strolling through the streets and eating at pavement cafes. For me it its always fun to see how local life is actually lived rather than just hitting the tourist spots. 


On my last morning in Croatia I woke up (in my Figleaves) Pyjama set and did some work on my laptop before getting on with my day. These are honestly the most comfiest PJ set I own, the material is so soft and it’s kinda of hard having to take them off! – I could lounge around in them all day, easily.

After having a very jam packed and exciting time in Croatia, it was time to head home and I think its fair to say by this point I was in need of a lie down. However there was the editing of my content to be exited for to say nothing of all the catch up from and  Love Island I had been missing out on! Wizz flew us back to England and again there were no delays and the flight was stress free.


I am very greatful for The blogger programme for taking me away on this trip. It was so nice to be away with such a lovely group of bloggers and experience somewhere I had never been before. I would certainly recommend Croatia as a destination to visit and if you get the chance to go, you must check out the Krka national park waterfalls. Now I am home- I want to get planning on my next adventure- so any recommendations for cute European cities, let me know!


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