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... The local wines are great, but are spendier than the former Yugoslavian countries we've just been in. Montenegro is not in the EU (yet) but they use the Euro and that might be why.
The hike up to the fort on Christmas day was exhilarating but not too hard. The weather and views were perfect. We took a different route on the way down and passed by an older couple's hut (house?) that sells homemade cheese and Raki from their ...
... settled in,....both commenting on how we truly loved this place. Yes,..it's off the main grid,....but it comfortable,....safe,....cheap,.....and run by the kindest people you could ever ask for.
Will say goodnight for now. The manager's husband, 'Dragon', (No,...that's really his name) will pick us up in the morning to drive us to the Old Town of Kotor,.....so I'd better get some 'shut eye'. Sooooo,........Goodnight from ...
... to have two cars and was barely enough for one. As we climbed higher it was just a cliff drop on the side of the bus straight down. I kept moving further and further over so I didn't have to look down. The tour guide said the bus driver is very experienced so no need to worry. When we stopped and I saw he was slightly crossed eyed I did worry! We stopped at the village for a sample of the local produce including a glass of wine. 10.00am and it was a ...
... abandoned and not cleared up as there was rubble, glass, rubbish etc. strewn all over the place which made navigating through the inside in the poor lighting a bit treacherous. We walked through the fort before climbing up a ladder to come out on the very top of the centre of the fort. From here there were magnificent views of the Bay of Kotor out to the north to Kotor Town and to the east towards Tivat. The fort was in a prime position to defend the entire ...
... in the sunshine. The bay itself is about
28km long and goes from the open sea to the city of Kotor our destination for
today. The shoreline of this bay is
107.3km so although Kotor was close we basically had to circumnavigate the whole
bay to reach the city. We didn’t
mind. The sun was out, the water was
calm and scenery was breathtaking. We
passed steep cliffs, small town, beaches, ferries and also saw a huge number of