|the view of Budva|
Before I'm taking you for a city tour in Budva I'd like to share the latest update from KLM. Recently they launched a crowd-sourcing challenge in Asia, in which it asked video creative to communicate the wide variety of mobile and online services it offers. Because as you know, nowadays people are relying on their ultra modern gadget to make their life easier. And for us, travellers it means we don't need to move our lazy bum to get flight tickets and we even can do online check in from our mobile phone to avoid some hassle in the airport.
The contestants of this challenge came out with some creatively funny videos, and all of them deliver the same important messages: with KLM, you can take full control of your trip with your mobile. This "Chopsticks" video is one of them, please do watch this. You might find it amusing like I do.
*this video has been sponsored by KLM
Okay! Now let's move to Budva, shall we? I've seen enough beautiful pictures of Montenegro which convinced me that one day I'd have to visit it. So I was thrilled when last summer during my Balkan trip, I finally had the chance to tick it off my bucket list. I was staying a couple nights in Dubrovnik, Croatia and it's possible to make a day trip to Montenegro. That means I only had half day to explore. Unluckily it was over 33C that day which was too much to handle for a snow girl like me, I was literally melting. The sun was so fierce and scorching that my pale skin turned into sexy golden brown colour and the next half an hour became burnt and crispy. That moment I realised that karma does exist. I love eating crunchy skin of roasted pork and I was turning into one under the unbearable heat.
Pardon me, I digress. What was I talking about before? Right, about Budva!
Budva is a coastal town in Montenegro with buzzing beaches and sparkling nightlife. Its Old Town which ages 3500 years old is the oldest town in the eastern of Adriatic coast. As I was strolling along the maze of cobbled street, I discover that each corner has it's fascinating history. The Venetian architecture which some of them are covered with green plants and the laid back ambiance made me forget about the heat for a while. Even though Budva Old Town is a very touristy place, it was a bit quiet that day so I could walk with ease without having to jostle with others.
|who says tennis must be played between 2 people?|
|old and new|
|the museum is closed :(|
|having coffee with friends|
|the church in Old Town|
Oh! By the way, I have another freebies for you. It's some stuff that I bought last month during my trip to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I will draw 5 lucky winners and each person will get a package of T-Shirt + keyring + postcard
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Closing date will be on Thursday, 12 December 2013. Good luck!!!