Hippo Hostel

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

Durmitor national park - Budvar

A travel blog entry by antsmac on Sep 12, 2014

6 photos

... which somehow made the river even colder. It was coming out of the side of a massive rock face, no fall as such but just appearing from the rock out of no where - realising how deep we actually were compared to the land above. The rapids were easy number 3's but the view from below was worth it. We even passed under the bridge near the campsite that hand built apparently... Only using one truck. Returned to the campsite for lunch - options were lamb or ...


A travel blog entry by beverlyndavid on Sep 12, 2013

9 photos

... route back on the coach took us to Budva, we crossed the bay via a small ferry which saved both time and kilometres. Budva is a main tourist destination so quite busy but we had time to wander around the old town (yes another old walled town) with time for a snack we then headed back to Kotor where we could have taken a walk around the old walled town of Kotor but by now we had our full of walled towns/cities ...

The way south

A travel blog entry by kokyuho on Oct 31, 2012

... t speak any english at all, of course not spanish too. I found myself doing my best in German to had a really basic conversation with them, who speak also a bit of this language. Despite the lack of communication, these really nice people took me for quite a long part, even stopping by Ploce and buying me some Burek to eat there, definetely my favorite food in Croatia, some kind of pastrie, either salty with ...

Path to St. John's Castle

A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Dec 08, 2011

21 photos

... that became more incredible after each passing minute. What made it even more beautiful is that big rain clouds were moving through very quickly, so it would cycle between sunny one minute and then overcast the next. At the top I snapped a few photos of the bay and the mountains before making my way down pretty quickly—the cold wind at the top was very strong.

I called Micky and he told me that he was not in ...


A travel blog entry by ardnopes on Sep 26, 2010

1 comment, 11 photos

... apt. Our pension is a kilometer away from the old town around the curve of the bay, giving us brilliant views of it with the amazing granite mountains looming above. Albania is a fantastically beautiful country which I absolutely love, but there's something qualitatively different about the beauty of Montenegro (or that of it which we've seen...most of the coast was seen at night).
Kotor old town itself is also fantastically beautiful: small, but with a wealth of ...