Monte Casa Spa & Wellness
How has this spa rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... the big red super market on arrival in Montenegro. Neither of these bits of advice turned out to be accurate.
We started the day normally enough with a nice swim before breakfast. It was not too early but we had been awake early due to the heat. We drove some 10km to the coastal customs entry point into Montenegro. We queued on the Croatian side for about 30 minutes then about an hour on the other side to get into Montenegro, only ...
... many villages nestled along the shore and always the ever present churches
mostly at the highest point of the village but occasionally in the village.
Makes one wonder that the faithful really have to be faithful to get up to
them. The lovely sun, the bobbing of the boat and being a little tired I felt
like I was drugged and eventually just gave in and slept like a baby rocking in
a cradle on the outside bench.As we got closer ...
... checking of cars. I pulled away from a set of traffic lights and as
one does on a bike raced away ahead of all the cars only to be pulled over by
I was not speeding but I think they just wanted to check my bike but as
soon as I stopped they asked where i was from and as soon as i said "Scotland"
they told me to continue.
One thing about riding in this neck of the world is that one just has to
keep looking at the road ahead. There is no ...
... with beans and veggies and was perfect to line the stomach for the pub crawl that we had ahead. The hostel ran a free one that started in the common room with them passing around bottles of this local spirit made out of fermented grapes, sort of like grappa, for people to help themselves to endless shots of. We met this awesome guy from Canada named Pauly who we swapped travel stories and shared shots with and there was a lovely chick from Korea who was staying in ...
... cabs that whisk us up a narrow twisting side road where we got out to start our hike. And it was a challenging walk. The trail was mostly rock covered, loose, large, with sections of very wet muddy stretches, other bits grassy and fragrant with wild sage, thyme and fennel. And masses of alpine daisies, pink rock worts, purple flowers, white flowers and blue forget me nots. The sun was hot under a clear sky - the nicest day on our trip so far. We walked up and down and ...