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Travel Blogs from Kotor
... occasion because the challenge was so great. People much younger than I were stopping part way up, and many were absolutely soaked from perspiration etc. I was going to go to the gymnasium after coming back to the ship from the visit to the ancient city. I decided against that as I think I had done more than enough exercise for the day!!! I most probably will end up with sore carves etc the next day.
After returning to the base of the ...
Thursday 5 June 2014 – This
was our first day at sea - our first day in cruise mode. We were amazed as the
ship moved through the water. We have nothing to compare, but on this day the
sea, the Adriatic Sea was very smooth with hardly any movement apart from the
wake from the ship. But the ship itself seemed to disturb the water only a
little. It moved silently and smoothly with what appeared to be little fuss or
fanfare, so ...
... enough anyway on that climb. I hung around at the top for a good hour just checking out the different views from all over. It was a lot bigger than it looked from down below. You couldn’t see all the different levels and rooms from below, but it gave a lot of places to search when you finally got there.
On my way down I met a really nice Polish couple who are driving around Europe to sight see. I’m not going ...
... three hours. These kinds of things happen all the time, so I’ve learned to be flexible. And that flexibility allowed me to do the following.
As we were driving through Kosovo and into Pristina, I realized that this is a VERY poor country that is still trying to find its feet, and there’s really nothing here from a tourism standpoint to see. I checked at the Pristina bus station when I would be able to get a bus ...
... the top, where only one mountain was higher than us and we came to a giant monument at the top of the mountain, which was the grave of one of Montenegro's leaders, Njegos, who died in about 1850. We walked up the massive tunnel and up 500 stairs to the top then went in to the memorial, feeling very puffed! They had huge statues out the front which were almost Egyptian looking, then we went into a small room with a giant statue of Njegos, This was one of ...