Crna Gora – Ostrag Monastery

May 22nd, 2009 David Berger 2 min read

We woke at 6:15 and prepared for our trip to Podgorica, Ostrag Monastery and the Montenegrin countryside. we hopped in Saki’s van and started on our journey. winding up the mountains from the sea side town of Budva we took the main roads through Montenegro to the capital city of Podgorica, from there passing through small towns and climbing through mountains and valleys we finally…

Dubrovnik to Montenegro!

May 22nd, 2009 David Berger 3 min read

Dubrovnik to Budva Montenegro: I caught the bus from Dubrovnik to the border town of Hercei Novi in Montenegro. The man who had ran the private accomadation I was staying in had recommended to try that instead of taking the Croatian direct bus. I boarded my bus after a bus ride to out of the old city and down to the bus and ferry terminals…

Catch up Reminder

May 21st, 2009 David Berger 1 min read

I am missing blogs from: Split: nightlife, Beaches, old city, Dubrovnik – Cold drinks Cafe – Cliff jump. Budva – Beaches, Day driving through montenegro, Ostrag monastery, Montenegro –> Albania boarder crossing – Rosafa castle and the Bears, Tirane and the greek!


May 17th, 2009 David Berger 2 min read

Dubrovnik: Dubrovnik is a city which is literally from the 8th centruy. With Giant reinforced battlements and reinforced crenallations and fortifications the old city of Dubrovnik is spectacular to say the least. At every turn and every view inside the city there is a feeling of living in a medieval fortress. The great stone walls surround a city chock full of churches, shops, and most…


May 17th, 2009 David Berger 5 min read

Split: Split is a city with strong reminiscence of R.A. Salvatore’s books. Ancient old city, formed around a port with roman ruins, beautiful bell tower and gorgeous worn marble streets. Split is a city where you can stay for a week, like Dubrovnik its the atmosphere and the sights that really enthrall you. From the park on one edge of the city to the night…


May 17th, 2009 David Berger 1 min read

Plitviće Jazeera: Plitvice national park is an example of the unbelivable beauty found in Croatia. Croatia has defied my every expectation. I’ve discovered parks, beautiful coasts, friendly people full of smiles and friendly advice, and a culture dedicated to their traditions and life. Plitvice itself is a national park built around a series of lakes which overflow from each other and create a dazzeling series…

Up next

May 16th, 2009 David Berger 1 min read

Plitvice, Zadar, Split! Plitvice – Plitvice is a beautiful park which is built around the Plitvice lakes. the lakes are formed by a series of natural dams which have blocked the progression of the water. the constant push and overflow of these dams causes a progressive series of waterfalls framed by crystal clear blue and green waters, lush undergrowth and colossal trees reaching skyward. We…

The death of a laptop

May 15th, 2009 David Berger 1 min read

Today, My laptop died. Unfortunately I am now without my files and with a 15 lb lump of metal that I now have to carry about. unfortunate I am seeking a way to fix the bloody thing but I think that the most reasonable course of action is to mail it home. Frustrations abound!

Rijeka Pt. 3 – Opatjia

May 15th, 2009 David Berger 1 min read

Opatjia: Opatjia was a wonderful city, built on the ocean with a sprawling open stone beach and cement platforms reaching out into the bay. We walked through the city and then proceeded down to the waterside. we found a bench beside the water and to the right of part of the port and sat down for some drinks and food. feeling refreshed we took a…

Rijeka 2 – Bashka

May 15th, 2009 David Berger 1 min read

Rijeka – Pt. 2 Baska. We woke and walked Rijeka early Sunday morning, the square was quieter and although I’d been frustrated with a serious lack of working internet I was excited to be out and traveling with the parents. We’d decided the night before to explore Baska and make our way down to the southern tip of the Island of KrK. We caught our…