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... stunning, but I have learned my lesson about too much wine! Since we went out so early a nap was in order when we got back. After two hours of sleep I felt normal again and just needed to get some food so myself and two other girls grabbed some cheap lunch with huge portions and then headed to the beach for a little swim. Their beaches are all pebbly, which is ******* your feet, but nice because you don't get all covered in sand. After some beach time we ...
... and working in the hostel as well as local people on the street - some even joined us one night at one of the bars.
It was hard to leave but it was time for the travels to continue, so on we went.
Night Train from Serbia to Montenegro - 19/5 to 20/5
12 hour train from Belgrade to Bar. 2 hour bus from Bar to Kotor. It wasn’t great… Next time, we shall try to avoid the night travel!
However, we did have ...
... Legend has it that the island was formed over centuries by seamen who continued tossing rocks in the sea keeping up with an ancient oath. Today, on the landmass (about the size of a quarter of a city block) there is a small church. There is another small island with a monetary. The cruise in to the city was uniquely beautiful.
Natural beauty, Venetian architecture and ancient history is what we found when we ventured into this small coastal city ...
... down over the Bay with our host waving at us.
Stojan welcomed us with a not very delicious mug of traditional Montenegrin coffee, which was like drinking a cup of thick tar. In good old English tradition, we smiled politely and drank it through gritted teeth having added about half a pint of milk!
Having seen the state of the communal kitchen (which hasn’t been decorated or cleaned since the Yugoslav ...
... entrance to the Lovcen National Park the most holy and special of all National Parks in Montenegro.
The Lovcen National Park sits along the twisting bays of Boka Kotorska and sits high above the town of Kotor. The part has two large imposing peaks of Stirovnik at 1,749m and jezerski vrh at 1,657m high. These two mountain are rocky, arid and contain many drop-offs, cliffs and crevasses. This park has been a National Park since 1952. The true ...