Posts Tagged ‘Balkan Peninsula’

Go Travel and See Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Let’s go travel and see the world again. I guess, it is time to  give you some  updates  from my recent travels.  It seems that I am away here for sometime and  I apologize for that.  I am  just so busy  with so many things at the moment. What can you expect of a  wanderlust  […]

The Next Adventure in Europe is Coming Soon

Whoaaa! The first BER month called SeptemBER is almost ending. Two more sleeps and we will be entering the  10th month of 2015.  This means that  the next  adventures are about to come.  In over a week from now, I will be hitting the road again and  I am getting very excited now! I always […]

Throwback Thursday Travel in Dubrovnik, Croatia

Hello September! I hope your first week of the month is starting great. I believed, I do and I am grateful about it!  I just remember that today is Thursday. I am thinking of posting photographs here from my previous travels. This means that there will be throwback Thursday photo(s) during this day of the […]

Wonderful Days in Budva, Montenegro

It was so far a superb trip I had last spring of this year. I finally decided to book this trip to the Balkan Peninsula, also known as the Southeast Europe. We visited 5 countries that time including Slovenia, Croatia, Albania, Bosnia and Montenegro for a span of 9 days. Since the single room charge […]

The Dancing Girl Statue in Budva

I decided to go walking that afternoon in Budva. This lovely town is considered to be centre of Montenegro’s tourism. It is also well known for its sandy beaches, diverse nightlife, and examples of Mediterranean architecture. I found this statue in a travel magazine in my hotel room. The statue of the so-called “Dancing Girl […]

The Bay of Kotor in Montenegro

I believed that our visit to Kotor is one of the highlights of our trip in Montenegro. This country is located in Southeast Europe and its name means “Black Mountain”. No wonder the contrast and beauty of this country invites tourists from around the world. I felt like seeing the fjords of Norway when I […]