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Getting naked on Ada Bojana island in Montenegro

Getting naked on Ada Bojana island in Montenegro

In our previous post we’ve reviewed the FKK campground on Ada Bojana island, and we weren’t exactly raving about it. Shortly summarized, we’ve been to way better places than this one. But that was just about the campground. The island is something else, in a good way. In a very good way.   Along our way through Croatia and Montenegro we had heard about this place a couple of times and the opinions seemed to differ quite a lot. Some…

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Review: FKK Campground in Ada Bojana, Montenegro

Review: FKK Campground in Ada Bojana, Montenegro

Talking about a culture shock… The difference with campground Full Monte, our previous stop in Montenegro could hardly be any bigger. Only the morning before we had packed our tent from the shady spot overlooking a flower garden an now we had arrived on… well, the best way to describe this campground is just “a field”. Maybe we had been spoiled at Full Monte, but our first impression of the FKK Campground in Ada Bojana wasn’t exactly spectacular.   Location…

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Getting naked around Herceg Novi in Montenegro

Getting naked around Herceg Novi in Montenegro

Why would someone want to do that? Well, even though Herzeg Novi is not in the top five of must go places in Montenegro, it’s actually a pretty nice place to be. Of course it’s not comparable with the nearby village of Kotor, which attracts thousands of visitors each day and that’s the main reason why many people skip Herzeg Novi. And truth to be said, if you’re driving from Kotor to Dubrovnik or the other way around, what you…

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Review: Eco Camp Full Monte in Herzeg Novi, Montenegro

Review: Eco Camp Full Monte in Herzeg Novi, Montenegro

Eco… The hair in our necks comes straight up when we hear the word. The last couple of years, vacation makers have been misusing this term to charge more money in order to make their guests feel less guilty about the long flight or car ride they took to get to their holiday destination. And there are no rules for calling a place “eco”. Many think that it’s enough to recycle some waste or put a solar panel on their…

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