Hippo Hostel

Address: IV Proletarska, 37, Budva, 85310, Serbia and Montenegro | Hostel
 
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Travel Blogs from Budva

Montenegro

A travel blog entry by kata.geoff on Oct 08, 2014

23 photos

... 28. We had planned on making it to Herceg Novi that night to sleep, but as it was dark and we were missing the sights we decided to stay in the first town which was Kotor. We ended up getting a very cheap water front place with a patio over looking out on the bay. We woke up the next day and continued our drive around the bay to Herceg Novi where we stopped for lunch. After lunch we would cross the boarded into Croatia.


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A day at sea and then Kotor, Montenegro

A travel blog entry by tayrocfam on Sep 08, 2013

1 comment, 24 photos

... stop periodically to check out the little huts perched on the mountain selling home made produce and souvenirs. Phil and I made the effort to speak simple words in their language and their faces were wonderful except then they would launch into full blown Montenegrin! And we would have to fess up!! Good laughing! We then went through the Lovcen (say Lovchen) National Park which was very rocky (not for the Territory) and steep climbing. I asked after ...

Kotor - Montenegro

A travel blog entry by 2brokegirls on May 26, 2013

2 photos

... huge and rocky making them tower over the whole area. They remind me of the Stirling Ranges as we pull away for the start of our evening sail. Annette is a little better but has slept most of the day again. And that meant me only leaving the ship to investigate the city again. It would be nice to share it with her but with camera in hand I'm happy too take snaps to show ...

May Day

A travel blog entry by peyton on May 02, 2012

2 comments, 10 photos

... a giant can of sardines left out in the sun, or sitting for hours on a Bosnian bus with no air conditioning? Ha! Trick question! The answer is the bus, because it has a better view! At a rest stop the driver unscrews a panel in the ceiling and fusses around inside the works. There is an audible click and soon cool air begins to flow and I  know what Lazarus must have felt like. We seem to have entered Bosnia again and we stop once more to celebrate. This time things go more ...

Beach holiday

A travel blog entry by arizonafox on Jul 07, 2011

63 photos

... and we had no idea where our passports were!!

Half the people on the bus started laughing, because it was so ridiculous that we were in this small country with no idea of what was going on. The other half of the passengers started panicking and freaking out. Fortunately Fabian and I were in the laughing crowd. Well, our laughter paid off. When we got to the Montenegro border crossing (about a half hour later), the bus driver picked up a large stack of passports ...