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... but we felt funny taking them. We stayed at a guesthouse that is self sustained with its orchards, chickens, pigs etc. They make their own rajika spirit and red wine. It's family run so it is almost like a home-stay. It was nice and we were offered two weeks volunteering at their hostel in the city which we accepted. We essentially run the city hostel in return for breakfast, dinner and a bed at the guesthouse. We have had quite the experience... The girls really like Brad here, ...
First travel day of the tour and we both got up early - Gary went for a run with one of the guys from our group - Will (from Brisbane)... Then they met me down at the beach at 7.50am for a few push ups and sit-ups ;-). We then walked back to the hotel for breakfast and a quick shower pack our bags and on the bus! Today we were headed for Kotor in Montenegro...but first we had to cross the border into Bosnia to get there. So we spent about 15mins in Bosnia stopped for a toilet break ...
MONTENEGRO FINAL THOUGHT
If you're looking in the right places, Montenegro really has it all; and if you’re not, then it can feel as if it has nothing at all. The country has ...
A day trip from Dubrovnik took us to a new country, the smallest in the med, Montenegro.
It was an early start on a bus, with a 1 1/2 hour wait to get through the Montenegren customs line! As it was summer and perfect weather, the Albanians apparently all travel to Montenegro for some sun which makes the customs lines very long!
Once through we drove along the gorgeous coastline to the town of Kotor. It is located on ...
My Serbian friend, Vladimir, told me his friends were going
on a trip this weekend. They are an
adventurous bunch and go someplace almost every weekend. Since they travel so much, they are experts
at traveling on a shoestring. Vladimir
wasn’t able to join us because he got a job leading a tour to Greece. But, I met up with his friend, Danica, and
her friend from Latvia, named Janis. I
didn’t know exactly where we were going, ...