My husband and I are a middle aged couple that live alone in this big house. We are very pleasant people and love to host people from all over the world. Unfortunately we both speak only Albanian and Serbian, and a little bit of english. From 15 August till 15 January we have the hunting season. The area is rich of birds, wild pigs and jackals. …see more
Tiny Montenegro has recently separated itself from neighbouring Serbia and struck out on its own. Set at the foot of the Balkan Mountains, Montenegro has its own character. The medieval town of Kotor has an array of pavement cafes, restaurants and attractive boutiques. By day you can enjoy a stroll through the cool, peaceful streets and sample the delights of the waterfront markets selling local produce. Lake Skadar is a National Park and a must for visitors, with excellent fishing and bird-spotting as well as some beautiful forests which have not changed in centuries.