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This week, #TravelTuesday “sails” (wait for it) to Eastern Europe with Jamaican musician and singer Lutan Fyah.

After watching the clip, I was left with one question in mind. Who’s gonna tell him that we ride the train and not sail on train lines?


In Croatia, Lutan Fyah remembers seeing army memorabilia and artefacts in what he describes as an enormous space as ‘big as Half-Way-Tree’.

The Punta Rata beach in Brela, Croatia. (Photo: BRCH Photography)

Croatia has more than 1,200 islands and islets of which only 48 islands are inhabited. The island of Krk is the largest inhabited island in Croatia, according toKids World Travel Guide.

Fun Fact: The country also borders (or connects) five countries: Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro – the Balkan country with rugged mountains, medieval villages and a narrow strip of beaches along its Adriatic coastline.


Belgium doesn’t have an official language that’s unique to its inhabitants, according to Full Suitcase. There are three official languages: French, Dutch, and German that are spoken/used in different parts of the country.

Dinant, Belgium. (Photo: Flavio Vallenari)

For Lutan Fyah, Belgium was a combination of Italy, France, and Germany, but h later learnt that Belgium is simply smack dab in the middle of these larger states.


This central European country is often referred to as the green heart of Europe is mostly mountainous and forested. Lutan Fyah thinks of Slovenia as “one of the most beautiful places” he’s ever seen.

One in 20 people in Slovenia is a beekeeper.

An island on Lake Bled in Slovenia. (Photo: NevaF)

In an article from The Telegraph, writer Chris Leadbeater described beekeeping in the region as “practically a religion”.

“There are around 90,000 beekeepers in a population of just two million,” he said.

There’s some brawta, too.

Fyah recounts seeing a tremendous river in an undisclosed location. While en route to this mystical place, the reggae crooner fell asleep long enough to miss checkpoints or signs but remembers the area being “green and it clean and nice… heaven”.