Hippo Hostel

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

Sea Dance Festival

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Jul 16, 2015

13 photos

... recourse. Bare in mind that in a properly metered taxi this trip costs 6 euros. Scam three.

After a great sleep in the air conditioned apartment I make my way to the campground and seek out my friends from the prior festival. Most of the lot has also come onto here so the plan is to all hang out together again. It doesn't take long and I locate them with a few new additions. I set up camp and we head to the beach.

At least most of the other places I ...

Big Montenegro Tour

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Aug 25, 2014

19 photos

... were old and not really maintained, they were still colourful.

From here, it was time to visit Ostrog Monastery, which is literally built in the mountains up a hill. The 12km drive from the bottom of the hill to the parking lot was windier, narrower, and tighter than any of the drive to this point and it felt like our driver was going faster than ever! He was smiling and laughing the whole time while the rest of us in the van, including Mladen looked nervously at ...

MONTENEGRO (Crna Gora - Black Mountain) INCREDIBLE

A travel blog entry by hartmangoseedo on Apr 13, 2014

1 comment, 22 photos

Since out first visit to this region in May 2006 we have wanted to venture down into the Country of Montenegro. This word means simply Black Mountain or Crna Gora in their South Slavic Language which is very close to the other languages of Serbian, Croatian and Bosnian. But Montenegrin uses both the Latin and Cyrilliac alphabets which totally confused Mike and I many times. And the other unusual thing was the Cyrillic alphabet has a total of 32 letters with 2 just being added in ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80 on Sep 03, 2013

82 photos

... Heritage Listed site of Kotor. Built in the 9th Century, Kotor is simply beautiful. With a maze of cobbled streets and tiny little lane ways flowing out to amazing courtyards and public squares, it really is a site to behold. You would literally have to be the world’s most morbid creature not to crack a smile of enjoyment in this land of attraction. You have to enter through the old iron gates at the front and straight away you are hit with old time goodness. All ...

Sleepless in Serbia

A travel blog entry by izwhizz on Aug 20, 2013

3 photos

... The most enlightening being the Balkan conflict and the enduring impacts on the hearts and minds of Serbians. Clearly this was only one side of the story but it was particularly personal and poignant and I felt incredibly ignorant for travelling through the Balkan regions not really understanding the issues, that although historical, still pervade young minds.

The rest of our trip there we went to Kotor, where we ate our body weight in mixed grill and ...