Welcome To Croatia

Welcome to Croatia where the glittering, crystal clear turquoise waters stretch out as far as the eye could see. Welcome to Croatia where green, lush, and tropical palm trees conquer the land, towering over everything. Welcome to Croatia where one is able to take a casual swim next to gorgeous roaring waterfalls. After an excruciating […]

New Croatian Language Course in Dubrovnik

API’s study abroad program in Dubrovnik, Croatia now offers students the ability to take a Croatian language course. Begun in 2013, API’s Diplomacy and International Business program at DIU Libertas University has been a popular option for those looking for a unique and beautiful location and who are interested in taking courses in English in […]

Another Weekend, Another Destination

I had always heard the term “time is a precious thing” before I came abroad, but never fully comprehended its meaning until I had it working against me as I do here. It is hard to fathom that I only have just over three weeks remaining here and I actually ask myself, where exactly has […]

Why Study Abroad in Dubrovnik, Croatia?

Studying abroad during the spring of my junior year was the best decision I have ever made. This good decision revolved around my choice to study in Dubrovnik, Croatia. Heading into a place I knew nothing about, not knowing anyone I was living with, and unsure of the language I was sure that I would […]

A Weekend in Plitvice

Last Friday, I found myself stepping onto a northbound bus with a pastry in my hand. Surrounded by other students in my program, we took our seats to depart for Zagreb and our excursion to the Plitvice Lakes, Croatia’s largest national park. The ride from Dubrovnik lasted an easy six hours. I watched through my […]

There and Back Again- Not a Hobbit’s Tale

As some of you may know, my feet have been to a few different countries in the past few weeks. Two Sundays ago, I embarked on a 10-day backpacking trip to Prague, Vienna and Budapest. I did not bring my computer because I was only taking the essentials, so keeping a blog during my travels […]

Foreign Shoes To Fill

Several years ago, my dad came home from a work trip to Morocco, and to this day I distinctly remember how he described it: “The people were incredibly friendly, and the lamb over couscous was out of this world.” Since then, I’ve always been curious to check this place out for myself, and while I’m […]