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Travel Blogs from Budva
... voice and he finally capitulated and let me go to the women's section of the bathroom.
I ended up in the furthest toilet from the door there too, because it had a sink IN the stall, as well as a shower, which I thought was interesting. The sink was essential because I wanted to fill up my water bottle and I wasn't sure if he was going to be happy with me doing that.
The bus came at exactly 10:20, and we left five minutes later. The ...
... down to the harbour to walk along and sit on one of the jetties, watching the boats and looking in awe at our surroundings. We also saved a cute cuddly duck from drowning for a little boy. Heroes!!
Back at the hostel we cooked dinner and met an Aussie called Daniel staying in our room and also Emma and Oliver occupying the other beds. Had a chilled evening chatting to them and hearing all their travel ...
... prowess and legend to Kotor's reputation as a historical naval power.
Budva is allegedly one of the oldest Montenegrin cities, dating back to the 4th Century, BCE and settled by Phoenician-Greek settlers. Like Kotor, it was also under Venetian rule and construction for 400 years.
I had heard stories of Budva being the capital of Montenegro's summer social scene from friends in Dubrovnik. I was excited to experience ...
... of the opportunity to save some money and make our own dinner. After all the days of non-stop traveling and moving, it was delightful to spend an evening just puttering around the apartment, cooking dinner, doing laundry, and catching up on current events on CNN. We got in touch with the Russians and made plans to meet up the following morning at 10am to look into the car rental, then drifted to sleep in our cute apartment.
We are finally back in touch. Today I have finally managed to get an connection that allows me to update our travels from the 20 August.
We motored through the gulf to Kotor where we checked into the marina here. It's just really the town wall with mooring lines attached. We could have anchored but we needed water and a chance to take our time ashore without worrying about anchors dragging.
Kotor is a walled medieval ...