A Tara Canyon Experience Like No Other at Grab Ethno Village, Montenegro

I had heard rumors about this place called Grab Ethno Village and Camp aka Camp Grab from other Balkan connoisseurs….a secluded nature resort unlike most camps along the river Tara, the […]

How to Spend a Day in Budva, Montenegro

As far as Adriatic seaside resorts go, you can’t get more glam than Budva. People from near and far (but especially my people from Russia and Ukraine) are attracted to […]

6 Things You Shouldn’t Miss (But Might) in Kotor, Montenegro

Back when I first visited Kotor, Montenegro in 2013, it was way more of a sweet little secret reserved mainly for those looking for interesting new alternatives to the well-trodden […]

Undiscovered Ulcinj & Other Secrets from the South of Montenegro

Somewhere amidst the glamour of Budva and the magnificence of Kotor, Montenegro’s southernmost seaside town of Ulcinj seems to get a little overlooked on the international tourism map. From my […]

Surprising Shkodra: A Spontaneous Day Trip to Albania’s Cultural Capital

The intention was to spend a few days hiding out on the beach in Ulcinj, Montenegro and not talk to anyone. Roam around town anonymously at my own pace and […]

On Champagne, Hating Travel, and One of Europe’s Best Train Rides from Bar to Belgrade

The train ride between Bar, Montenegro and Belgrade, Serbia is famous. It’s known to be one of the best routes in Europe and arguably the most scenic east of Switzerland. […]

Meet Montenegro – Darling of the Balkans

Meet Montenegro, one more “pearl of the Mediterranean”, or according to me, darling of the Balkans. Chilling just south of Croatia and north of Albania, Montenegro is one of the most […]

The Blonde Gypsy is Walking Via Dinarica!

If there’s one thing I’ve learned over the past few years as a vagablonde, it’s that life really does work in mysterious ways. Mysterious ways that always lead you to […]

The Blonde Gypsy Ambition Tour: Mission Accomplished

This round-up of The Blonde Gypsy Ambition Tour is coming a bit late and my apologies for that. To be 100% honest, I was dealing with a travel burnout and […]