Porto Bello Hotel

Stari grad bb, Trebinje, 98101, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Trebinje

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Out of the Shadows of War

A travel blog entry by jackandcece

42

... the people were. Small towns seemed deserted except for telltale wafts of smoke from chimneys, neatly kept homes and livestock grazing in fields.

Generally, BiH seems to be less developed, with fewer resources than its neighbors. There was litter along the roadsides, made especially noticeable after spending nearly three weeks in clean Slovenia and Croatia. Someone told us this was a reflection of the ...

Destination Dubrovnik

A travel blog entry by mark.wilson

1
50

... on up towards the new Cable Car, which would have taken me up to the top of Mt Srd (408m, not actually a mountain then!) and Fort Imperial. However, the guide book said it would cost 40 kuna but it was actually 87 kuna (about 10!). I wasn't going to pay that much so I ambled back down to the harbour in the Old Town and waited for Pete to get back from Lokrum Island.

Much later... (actually only 1hr), Pete arrived. After discussing the extortionate ...

Pearl of the Adriatic

A travel blog entry by mitulkapadia

8

... the old city set before the endless sea! It was great really getting a grand sense of the place. I cannot imagine the creativity and foresight that it must have taken to create a place like Drubovnik. Much like the startling cave dwelling of Cappadocia or the amazing temples of Cambodia, Drubovnik had that bewildering effect on me in grasping the potential wonderment of human creation and ...

Oh Budva! We forgot to visit Sveti Stephen

A travel blog entry by red_gamer

10

... The next day we left around an hour late, as I had got talking to an English couple in another apartment. They were staying in Montenegro for three weeks! We both agreed the Kotor Bay road was fearsome and that tarmac was needed to get to Kotor View. He was a builder, and pointed out the imperfections of the new building, including the ridiculously narrow entry to the car park. He'd scrapped his car on the side - Josefa closed her eyes every time I drove down it. Very ...

Oh I do like to be beside the seaside

A travel blog entry by tobequitefrank

1
24

... more, I sidled down some narrow spaces until I was greeted by a little bay being used by a few locals for a refreshing dip. With the fort watching down from above and a few villas recessed into the cliffs around the area - not to mention the melodious tune of a gently played violin drifting out a window - it seemed like a fine place to cool off. The water was pristine and determined the rest of my two hours in Dubrovnik - walking along the coastline and ...

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