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... just reverse out it :) Regardless of whether it is oneway. Brad and I make a 4km cycle to and from the hostel each day, without brakes usually, and have gotten comfortable navigating the streets amongst the crazy traffic. I knew I had nailed it when I didn't blink an eye going through a 5 exit round about with three cars coming at me from different angles, and the only space I had was being used by a cyclist coming the wrong way. Speaking of our cycle, in the morning we exit ...
... get to Budva for the afternoon.
Suddenly we hit a traffic jam… ah this must be our glorious entrance into Budva, an over-populated and touristy town with unfinished apartment blocks and only one road going through it! Lovely! The last mile must have taken 40 minutes to complete and finding our guesthouse was proving tricky. After a few wrong turns, scratching heads and asking locals – we found it, high on the ...
... strolled by, recognised our French number plate, and said Bienvenue to Montenegro. A cosmopolitan place.
Booking.com gave the hotel 3 stars. The hotel gave itself two stars, which was closer to the truth. The room was not too small, warm and clean. The hot water tank hung in the bathroom and you had to remember to turn in on before a shower or get a rude awakening.
People smoke everywhere in Montenegro. Like many ...
... then Montenegro (didn't think that was possible). It is such a shame, there seems so much I don't know that they can ever get it under control. At night we went into the town for dinner and a drink. What an experience. I was the only woman there. I kid you not, not one single other woman out. To say we were stared at would be an understatement. Anyway, we had a nice meal a few drinks then headed back to the camp.
My Serbian friend, Vladimir, told me his friends were going
on a trip this weekend. They are an
adventurous bunch and go someplace almost every weekend. Since they travel so much, they are experts
at traveling on a shoestring. Vladimir
wasn’t able to join us because he got a job leading a tour to Greece. But, I met up with his friend, Danica, and
her friend from Latvia, named Janis. I
didn’t know exactly where we were going, ...