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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C&A Country Count: 25; K County Count: 23

A travel blog entry by caandkjones on Oct 17, 2013

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Kayla: Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Austria, Spain, France, Czech Republic, United States, Greece, Turkey, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Italy, Vatican City, Denmark, Estonia, Russia, Finland, Sweden, Ireland, Croatia, ...

Up and down in Montenegro (but mostly up)

A travel blog entry by suncitygaltx on Jul 17, 2013

3 comments, 11 photos

... my second favorite flavor...cassis sorbet. It's almost purple, and a rich, deep flavor that makes you want to go back for another scoop. But I resisted, in spite of knowing that they don't always repeat all of the flavors during a cruise. One can only hope.

And now, here's the saga of our Montenegro experience. Our tour was called 'Highlights of Montenegro'. And it was. In about five hours we saw most of the important places in ...

Parting shots

A travel blog entry by peyton on May 07, 2012

31 photos

... bus ride. I end up booking a flight to Nis from the Montenegrin capital city of Podgorica. I can catch a bus there from Kotor tomorrow.  I ask Nikolo, the genial young Serb at the reception desk, where things stand among the peoples of the former Yugoslavia now, with the war twenty years in the past. He has lived in Kotor with his wife for six years now and their daughter was born here a year ago. 'People need ...

One Last Hurrah

A travel blog entry by biruvia on Jun 30, 2011

... only a few hours left until we had to leave for our flight, so our trio figured we'd stay up until then rather than try to wake up after just a few hours sleep. We gathered up whatever food and booze we had left and just entertained ourselves like we always do. I passed out some time around 6 am and Karen and Nick were about to do the same at 6:30. As they headed back to our dorm, Karen asked Nick what time it was.

"6:30. ...