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Travel Blogs from Kotor

The Black Mountains - Montenegro

A travel blog entry by kazbriggs


... br> would be nice to have breakfast on our balcony as we entered the port.

we went to bed, we looked forward to what the next day would bring.

Friday 6 June 2014 – As we
expected, we pulled back our curtains to see the ship passing by very close to
land. We had entered into a series of
fjords that could be compared, we are told with the Norwegian Fjords with
the mountains rising up ...

Macedonia to Kosovo to Montenegro

A travel blog entry by ericjon97


... to the ticket desk and asked if I could buy my ticket to Kotor. The same guy who told me that the bus was at 6:20am said "you better hurry up, it leaves in two minutes." Awesome. So I grabbed my €8 ticket, grabbed my bags, said by to Sean, and ran to my bus. I made it without a problem, but I just don’t understand how their scheduling works here.

So when I was in Pristina and I had bought my ticket ...

Kotor Montenegro

A travel blog entry by kvstark

It's funny - travelpod (this website) only has a city of Kotor in a country called "Serbia and Montenegro" even though Montenegro officially became it's own country in 2006. It's sort of strange realizing you're in a country that's less than ten years old!

Yesterday I woke up and it was...pouring rain (as I said in my last post). The rain lightened up around 10:30 or so, but I ran into a very interesting girl at the hostel. She was originally ...

Mount Lovćen

A travel blog entry by kyajade


... table started joining in, and one of the guys was 'cheersing' so hard that he kept breaking people's glasses, then his friend kept buying beer and topping up everyone's drinks! So there were many many drinks and lots of fun and music shared between everyone! Eventually, some time after the music had finished, we decided to head off and stopped by a pizza place for a pizza slice (which was served topped with ketchup and mayonnaise!) then headed back to the hostel and went to ...

Boka Kotorska

A travel blog entry by mugharrington


The southernmost fjord in Europe is the Boka Kotorska (Kotor Bay) in the Adriatic Sea and cruising through it was spectacular! The narrowest part is only 300 meters wide. A UNESCO World Heritage site, Kotor is said to be the best preserved city from the Medieval and Renaissance era. The walls surrounding the city are in total about 3 miles long. This area was originally settled by the Visigoths, next came the Romans, followed by ...


This condo, located on Kriva Ulica, Kotor, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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