Apartments Pansion Franka
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- Hot tub
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... is...that's what it was. However, at the top I pulled out my journal and sketch pad and spent a very peaceful time while Shane left to explore on his own. There are a lot of long stories I won't go in to here but you should know that mini miracles happen. We ran in to friends from Kelowna less than a block (and less than 15 minutes) from the time we first left our Pension. We saw people, obviously in poor physical shape, walk quickly up the 'path' in bare feet ...
... in the Medieval era. The ruins provided some entertaining exploration before we travelled to the next stone town of Bladaj. After following signs to a "Historical Building", we arrive at an old looking Turkish house, somehow we got trapped into a dull tour led by an enthusiastic Frenchman, who made it almost impossible to leave. Then it was some quiet drinks by the river and back to ...
... different though, something special and we knew it right away. Backpackers intuition screaming "this place is a hidden gem!". We had yet to feel this type of vibe the whole trip but we knew we loved it. Kotor is situated deep inside the Bay of Kotor right at sea level. The beautiful part of this city was that even though it sits at sea level, it is surrounded by mountains up to 800 meters high. The Old Town of Kotor is very small, no cars are allowed and can ...
... to have lucked upon staying with this generous hearted man. And Bjlenka, well she is just amazing - we booked to stay 3 days because their accommodation had car parking, free wifi and a pool, I read the reviews and changed it to 7 days and after staying 4 days, extended to a total of 10 days, and then didn't want to leave. We left with well wishes, gifts and suggestions of where to stay next to keep us in Croatia for as long as possible, plus an invite ...
... the massive stack of passports to a random woman passenger to distribute AFTER we left. Mine was the only blue one in the stack so I looked hard for it and had a moment of panic when all I saw was European red. Then the driver reached down and pulled my passport out of nowhere (his ass?) and tossed it over after I started making a commotion. Whew. I don't think he was trying to keep it, honest mistake, but still. Minute of panic. Bosnia. Is different. Very very different. ...