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... blue sea.
Today we are renting a car and driving to Montenegro, the small country south of Croatia. It is known for its beautiful fjords, the only ones outside of Norway. But, it is also known to be quite poor and while it has beautiful scenery, doesn't have the infrastructure of Croatia. We have learned a lot about the Balkan history, and during the time of Tito (ruler of Yugoslavia during the 60-80's) he invested in the Dalmatian ...
... TV from the satellite dish. That's the wrong kind of remote.
Other than that, there's not a lot to do in this town other than enjoy the narrow, winding cobblestone passageways (yawn). Just kidding! I still love it. There's a big Catholic Cathedral here but Catholics are the minority. The Orthodox Church is bigger but their Christmas comes about 2 weeks after ours. We are lucky that there was no problem getting here or ...
... we found out that the temperature was 102 F. No wonder we felt hot.
This is a charming fairy tale village with narrow streets. As in every town we have visited, it is hard to believe that they could sell so many watches, so much jewelry and local ceramics, expensive shoes, beautiful dresses, wine and post cards. We found a shady café with internet service. We grabbed a drink, unpacked our little computer that Joe had carried up the mountain hike and ...
... ocean, Bay of Kotor and practically the entirety of Montenegro. Our guide told us that you can actually see 80% of the country from this spot and this is why the site is so sacred. From the top you could on a clear day actually see 6 countries. Serbia, Bosnia, Albania, Croatia, Montenegro itself and Italy. If Kosovo ever becomes independent there will be 7. Today we couldn’t see Italy across the water but the views were still amazing. After taking ...
... many high
walls still looking strong and a chapel and other building still standing. The circumference of the outer all of this
fort measured 4.5km around and at some place the wall had a thickness of 16m
and a height of 20m. Quite remarkable given the location of this structure
basically hanging off a tall, steep hill above the town.
To start our walk up this hill we walked through town about 100m from our
hostel and found the entrance ...